Gender Equality Academy | Summer School: Gender, Cities and Planning Processes: Engendering Research in climate, energy and mobility
Registration is open until 6/5!
WHY: This online Summer School will focus on gender research in cities and planning processes. It will look at the gender dimensions of urban and transportation research, considering in particular gendered-relevant aspects of important cross-cutting issues such as climate, energy and ICT at the urban scale.
Gender affects who does research, how and which research questions are identified as important. Which methodologies are chosen, the case studies and data sets used, and the analysis undertaken. For an increasing number of researchers, these considerations are explicit, but for others they remain implicit, or even unconscious.
This online summer school aims to provide participants with the knowledge and tools necessary to explore how gender affects their existing or proposed research and to understand what it means to integrate a gender perspective into research and what it implies.
During 5 days, keynote talks, seminars, participatory debates and workshop on real cases will be carried out in order to actively involve the participants, fostering an exchange of knowledge and experiences. The purpose is to provide the participants with a basis of knowledge and tools to integrate gender in their personal research on urban planning, mobility, climate or energy fields.
Junior and Senior Researchers on
- Spatial Planning fields
- Mobility and Transport Infrastructures
- Climate, Energy and Water fields with a focus on urban scale
IMPORTANT NOTE: The maximum number of participants is 24. As seats are not unlimited, priority will be given to candidates corresponding to the target groups (please, check above "FOR WHOM") and those residing in the EU Member States and Associated countries. Following your registration, an e-mail of confirmation of participation will be sent. Thank you for your understanding.
GE Academy has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824585.