TInnGO is holding three online focus groups on 26, 27 and 28 May 2021 to gather feedback on its European Observatory for Gender Smart Transport.
The Observatory, that aims to become a reference portal on all topics related to gender and diversity sensitive smart mobility, gathers gender mobility data, Gender and Diversity Action Plans, publications, reports, training materials, design ideas, initiatives and discussions in the field of gender smart mobility.
The TInnGO project is currently looking for people involved in transport and gender issues willing to take a look at the Observatory, identify aspects that need improvement and help us redesign a better service to answer our audience’s needs. By participating in the focus groups, participants will meet people with similar interests, learn more about gender and transport related issues, and be given the opportunity to have a say in the redesign of the platform. Additionally, once the focus groups have taken place, a report summary with the conclusions will be shared with all participants.
The focus groups, gathering 6 to 8 participants, will take place in the form of an informal discussion in which we will address different aspects of the Observatory: the aesthetics, the navigation, the materials available and the long-term sustainability of such a platform.
If you would like to share your views on the TInnGO Observatory and help us build a better platform, please register for the focus group that suits you most:
- 26 May from 14:00 to 15:30 pm (CEST time): Focus groups with academics, researchers, educational institutions, citizens and citizen initiatives
- 27 May from 14:00 to 15:30 (CEST time): Focus group with mobility consultants, and private and public transport operators
- 28 May from 14:00 to 15:30 (CEST time): Focus group with national and local authorities, and local decision-makers