Posts tagged gender mainstreaming
Creative Mornings Prague: Justice in Cities (lecture)

Creative Mornings Prague will focus on gender perspective of architecture and urbanism. The Creative mornings story began in 2008 in New York. The concept was simple: breakfast and a short lecture on Friday morning once a month. In summer edition Milota Sidorova, urban development specialist will cover architecture and urban planning from a gender perspective. She will present practical examples of gender sensitive design that can contribute to improving the quality of Czech and Slovak urban planning.

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Fair Urban Planning, Liptovský Mikuláš (lecture_SK)

The lecture focused on exploring architecture and urban planning through gender optics that allows us to uncover many inequalities and neglected urban development. In the lecture brought practical demonstrations of gender sensitive design and planning, mobility of care from different foreign cities. In the latter part conclusion were made for possible solutions and stimuli for increasing the quality of planning of Slovak cities.

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City Has to Serve Everyone, Bratislava Serves People in Cars, Says Urbanist and Landscape Architect Milota Sidorová (interview_SK)

Who rides by car in the city? Who spends time in the parks? Who uses public transport? Who are the people who spend the most time in the city during the day? These are questions that should be the starting point for any public space intervention or urban design. With the urbanist and landscape architect Milota Sidorová, we talked about the topic of gender-sensitive planning. For example, she explained why it is important for girls and boys to play on the playgrounds.

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Feminism x City, Košice (debate_SK)

Together with the team Spolka, we have prepared a series of lectures for you "Mestoláska", about life in the city, urban planning through the themes of democracy, equality, transparency and opportunities in the city. We give the city its attention because its future is about the everyday about establishing relationships. In the third lecture Feminist City / Sexist City, we welcome architect Milota Sidorova - a freelance urban planner who, as an urban planning consultant, helps fine-tune public, private and non-governmental projects, especially in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Urban Axes Lecture, Pilsen (lecture)

Viennese Mariahilferstrasse was reconstructed with extraordinary planning effort that included wide range of user, transportation and business needs. I presented this case study in a co-lecture on the topic transformations of urban boulevards and axes.  

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