Cities Aren’t Designed For Women

Kate Abbey-Lambertz, Huffington Post.

Cities Aren’t Designed For Women. Here’s Why They Should Be.

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Publication date: April 2016
Ranking: useful

The article highlights the grassroots networking that is going on to improve the collective experience of women in cities. The article focuses on the need for women driven solutions and a questioning of the way cities traditionally responded to urban design issues.

A key message is that cities that are good for women are good for everyone.

The article contains a number of useful links and data sources.

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