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Terraza, Horacio et al.
Handbook for Gender-Inclusive Urban Planning and Design
Washington, DC.: World Bank, 2020. - 208 S.
ISSN 3634-5157



Gender / Frau / Stadtplanung / Öffentlicher Verkehr

Urban planning and design quite literally shape the environment around us — and that environment, in turn, shapes how we live, work, play, move, and rest. As such, the processes of planning and design have a direct relationship with the structures and behaviors that define our societies, often both reflecting and reinforcing the inequities within them. While it is almost universally understood that women, girls, people with disabilities, and sexual and gender minorities face significant social and economic disadvantages when compared with able-bodied, cisgender, heterosexual men, what is still not fully understood and accepted among many planning and design practitioners is exactly how conditions in the built environment — and the lack of diversity in the voices shaping it — feed into and perpetuate gender inequity.

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