28 January 2019

The new project Tinngo kicked off in Lissabon

'The Smart Mobility Paradox: smart mobility produces its own inequalities. These need to be addressed now.' Hilda Romer Christensen

The Co-ordination for Gender Studies at University of Copenhagen has been elected/appointed as a lead partner of the EU Horizon 200 project  TINNGO: Transport Innovation Gender Observatory. Domographic Change and participation of women in Transport. Hilda Rømer Christensen, head of the co-ordination for Gender Research at University of Copenhagen, will act as CI of TINNGO project, and conduct TINNGO assignments with Postdoc. Dr. Michala Hvidt Breengaard  and research assistants specializing in digital methods. The Tinngo project has a duration of 3 years and runs from 2019 to the end of 2021. The project has a total budget of appr. 4 mill euro ( appr. 28 mill Danish crowns).

The project kicked off the 23th of January 2019.

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