Sat 2 Feb 2019
11 am to 1:30 pm
Dutch-American sociologist and urban thinker Saskia Sassen wrote: “Urban planning is not gender neutral.” The way we make our cities affects people differently, and a large factor in that difference is gender. Far too often we’re reminded that our cities aren’t safe for everyone, and even more frequently that our spaces could be more inclusive, useable, convenient and enjoyable for all. Given the underrepresentation of women in architecture and urban design, how has gender influenced our built landscapes? Is there a gender-neutral approach to urban planning—and if so, what is it?
Jinghua is one of ten speakers in this relay-style discussion hosted by JOY 94.9’s Miranda Sparks. Full bios for all speakers at the link above. The event is supported by VicHealth and 3RRR.