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Sexism and the City: From Policy to Infrastructure

The city can be discriminating, from its policy to its infrastructure, or public space to private toilet space. It can sometimes designed without considering women and the most vulnerable member of society. Join us as we talk how the city can be a safe space for everyone with our guest: the author of ‘No Place to Go’, Lezlie Lowe.

urbanNext (April 23, 2024) Sexism and the City: From Policy to Infrastructure. Retrieved from https://urbannext.net/sexism-policy-infrastructure/.
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