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 …
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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.
“Gender is One of the Most Robust Determinants of Transport Choice” was the message from the International Transport Forum (ITF) 2019 consultation on gender and transport with 34 transport stakeholders.
Employment in transport is by far male dominated compared to the rest of the economy.
TInnGO project has developed an innovative conceptual framework for analysing gender smart mobility; which has resulted to a new roadmap.
Women academics seem to be submitting fewer papers during coronavirus. ‘Never seen anything like it,’ says one editor. Men are submitting up to 50 percent more than they usually would. Read the article here