The TInngO project aims to reduce gender bias in employment, education and mobility, across Europe. The new sustainable transport agendas, calls for greater inclusion and updated planning processes mean that this could be a real opportunity to get women’s voices heard, get transport shaped around women’s needs.
TInnGO operates across 10 hubs in Europe, and we need to talk to migrant women, and those who are marginalised and disadvantaged, about their experiences and what services they would like in their local area.
More project details can be found here https://www.tinngo.eu/. I am coordinating TInnGO, so if you would like to get in touch with us and try to get women’s transport needs on the European agenda, please email me on A.Woodcock@coventry.ac.uk. Or use the discussion forum!
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I am pleased to announce that my PhD student, Sana Iqbal, has had her first journal article published in the Journal of Transport Geography on the effects of Gender Transport Poverty in Karachi . You can download a copy of this from https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1ag-23RpEOJ9LK for 45 days