Making Cities Safer for Women and Girls, Part I

By |2020-06-22T12:30:37+02:00March 8th 2017|Basic Infrastructure & Housing, Inclusion, Youth & Gender, , , , , , |

The experiences of women and girls in cities, and their use of the city and its public spaces, are strongly impacted by their gender. Violence and the threat of violence is a pervasive problem that affects communities and cities everywhere. In their two-part contribution, our authors Kathryn Travers, Margaret Shaw, and Kassandra McCleery analyse the gendered realities of urban space and how to make it safer and inclusive for all urban citizens.