Webinar: Gender Smart Mobility in Europe
The Webinar will be online
To present the European Observatory for Gender Smart Mobility, available at transportgenderobservatory.eu and built by the TInnGO project, where reports, academic articles, news and data are gathered and updated regularly.
To explain how relevant new data generated in the TInnGO project can be found and how data produced by external experts can be uploaded onto the Data Repository, linked to the Observatory.
To explain the conceptual approach underlying the TInnGO project, based on the central concept of gender smart mobility.
Policymakers involved in the definition of mobility plans at local, regional, national or European level.
Experts from universities, research centres and other academic institutions that are specialised in transport from a gender and diversity perspective.
Specialised journalists in gender and/or transport from all European countries that are interested in learning new tools and approaches and using new information sources.
3.00-3.20 pm (CET time) / 2.00-2.30 pm (UK time)
Transformative impacts in Gender Smart Mobility: the TInnGO project.
Andree Woodcock, University of Coventry
3.20-3.35 pm (CET time) / 2.20-2.35 pm (UK time)
Gender Smart Mobility: conceptual framework, implementation, and findings.
Hilda Romer, University of Copenhagen
3.35-3.55 pm (CET time) / 2.35-2.55 pm (UK time)
The TInnGO Observatory: the platform for boosting the Gender Smart Mobility in Europe. How to find and share new initiatives, discussions and ideas on Gender Smart Mobility: the Open Innovation Platform.
Clea Prieto, LGI
3.55-4.15 pm (CET time) / 2.55-3.15 (UK time)
How to find and share open datasets on Gender Smart Mobility: the TInnGO Open Data Repository.
Fotis K. Liotopoulos, SBOING
4.15-4.30 pm (CET time) / 3.15-3.30 (UK time)
Q&A session moderated by Andree Woodcock.
This webinar is organised in the framework of the TInnGO project whose objective is to promote gender equality and diversity in the transport sector in the European Union. The TInnGO project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 824349.