During Urban Mobility Days 2020, TInnGO project is participating on the session “Gender perspectives in urban transport” on Wednesday 30th September 2020, 14:00-15:00CET. Register and select the session!
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The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) produces independent and evidence-based advice to the EU and other national policy makers, assisting in debates, policies, and legislation on fundamental rights. Earlier this year, the FRA released results from their 2019 survey, comparing results with their previous survey launched in 2012. It covered a variety of …
A case study developed by the Commission’s Horizon 2020 expert group to update and expand “Gendered Innovations/Innovation through Gender”
Valencia city has been selected as one of the 12 finalists to the contest EU Capital of Innovation. Please fill in the form to show your support to Valencia’s nomination as EU Capital of Innovation!
Share your insights with TInnGO! The TInnGO 10 European hubs are conducting a survey to gather information about mobility patterns of citizens in Europe during the Covid-19 crisis and compare this situation with the behavior of users in a pre-Covid scenario.
An interesting insight “What the COVID-19 pandemic tells us about gender equality”, from Ann Linde, Sweden’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Arancha González Laya, Executive Director, International Trade Centre, in collaboration with Project Syndicate, was published at the World Economic Forum
For World’s Breastfeeding Week (1st-7th of August), the UK Hub celebrates infant nurturing with new designs addressed to nurturing parents and carers. Infant feeding support is vital to parents across the world. Infant feeding includes breastfeeding, bottle feeding, chestfeeding (for post-op transmen) and the diverse existing forms of childcare. Awareness-raising and effective infrastructural is necessary …
Women face different challenges when it comes to mobility, whether it is inclusion, safety, accessibility or entering the workforce in the transport sector. TUMI (Transforming Urban Mobility Initiative) has identified 5 Principles to empower women in transport:
A newly published article “Why Smart Cities and Smart Mobilities might not turn out to be smart for all“ by Tanu Priya Uteng PhD, Hilda Rømer Christensen PhD and Lena Levin PhD, is arguing why the gender lens provides a vantage point to address the agenda of creating inclusive cities.