Gender-Sensitive Training for Inclusive Placemaking

Gender-Sensitive Training for Inclusive Placemaking

Next intake: 11 July 2022

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How can you address inequity in cities?

Develop your advocacy, build your placemaking skills, and design better places for women, girls and gender-diverse people.

The micro credential provides foundational training in the key concepts, terminology, and challenges of gender-sensitive placemaking.

Designed for professionals involved in planning, design and policy-making for safer public spaces to develop a more complex understanding of gender-sensitive issues and the imperative to respond to these issues in the creation of, maintenance and re-design of public spaces.

  • Date

    Start date: 11 July

  • Duration

    6 weeks

  • Location

    Online

It is inarguable that cities have historically been planned and designed by men with men’s needs and experiences at the forefront of urban development. It is also inarguable that this excludes some people from participating and feeling included in public life, with women, girls as well as gender diverse and LGBTIQ+ people adversely impacted.

NICOLE KALMS — FOUNDING DIRECTOR
MONASH UNIVERSITY XYX LAB

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Have a question? Ph: +61 409 849 751
Email: cpd.moe@monash.edu

This course is provided by XYX Lab.