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Gender and Inequalities

Poverty and Hunger

Planning in the Shadow of Colonialism: India’s Balancing Act

By |December 5th 2023|

Explore how colonial legacies perpetuate inequalities in access to resources like housing and food in contemporary Indian cities. Join Utkarsh Sharma in unraveling this narrative and seeking paths to decolonization.

Poverty and Hunger

The Right to Food: School Feeding Initiatives and Inequality in Kenya’s Urban Informal Settlements

By |November 30th 2023|

Interconnected crises are fuelling food insecurity and negatively impacting children the most. Serah Kiragu-Wissler is convinced: School feeding programmes can push processes towards the realisation of a right to food.

Climate Adaptation

From Risk Aversion to Climate Resilience: MHT’s Climate Risk Insurance Game

By |October 10th 2023|

Women are particularly affected by climate change. Chirayu Brahmbhatt introduces an innovative game on climate risk insurance for female empowerment.

Inequality in Cities

Women’s Collective Power: Driving Responsible Urban Development

By |August 1st 2023|

India is rapidly urbanising. However, the disparities that affect the poor and marginalised are glaring. Bijal and Chirayu Brahmbhatt discuss aspects of addressing these inequalities through women-led approaches towards a better future for all.

Inequality in Cities

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

By |July 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.

Inequality in Cities

Feminist Urbanism – Confronting Patriarchal Living Conditions in Urban Spaces

By |July 11th 2023|

Feminist urbanism is a concept that challenges the inequality in cities that particularly affects women among other marginalised groups. Ana Falú preps us with knowledge on how to overcome the patriarchal living conditions constituting our urban environment so far.

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