About Prabha Khosla

Prabha Khosla has worked with cities and on urban issues for over 20 years. She has worked with a wide range of stakeholders. Her work focuses on gender equality, cross-cutting inequalities and pro-poor participatory planning and governance, urban sustainability, climate change, dis-aggregated data collection and use WASH, and the development of capacity-building materials on the issues mentioned above. She has written and published extensively on these issues.
Inequality in Cities

Bogota: Centring Women’s Care Work as a Core Municipal Function

By |2024-01-05T12:54:50+01:00July 18th 2023|

In Bogota, Care Blocks are transforming the lives of unpaid caregivers, providing essential services and empowerment. Prabha Khosla explores the empowering impact of these initiatives and the path towards gender-inclusive cities.

A Place Like Too Many Others: Gender Inequality in Bawana, Delhi

By |2024-01-03T10:25:36+01:00March 8th 2019|

In urban settlements around the world, city administrations struggle, and often fail, to provide essential services, safe spaces, and socio-economic securities to residents. While this poses difficulties and dangers to all inhabitants, the consequences of such neglect are especially severe for low-income women and girls.

Reclaiming Urban Planning

By |2024-01-02T15:10:46+01:00August 8th 2018|

To realise the SDGs, women's rights to land, housing, and tenure in cities have to be ensured, argues Prabha Khosla. To do so, we need to challenge both patriarchal and neoliberal structures.

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