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Methods and tools to measure gender issues based around intersectional analysis

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Lena Levin
lena.levin@vti.se
VTI

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Lena Levin
lena.levin@vti.se
VTI and TInnGO

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Lena Levin
lena.levin@vti.se
VTI and TInnGO

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Data collection title

Methods and tools to measure gender issues based around intersectional analysis

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Data description (abstract)

Provide 'methods and tools' for doing gender and diversity mainstreaming in transport planning. The methods and tools presented are for example: a transport related model for gender impact assessment (GIA), based on operationalisations of gender equality goals and suggesting targets and indicators; equality training (GET); staircase models for knowledge development; 4 R: Representation, Resources, Realia and Realisation; gender budgeting; intersectionality analysis and norm criticism. In a separate chapter we present a few examples of interesting and in some cases pioneering working models from European cities: Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia in Spain; Gothenburg and Malmö in Sweden; Parking models in Italy and Portugal; and Bike planning in UK.

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Keywords

gender and diversity mainstreaming methdos and tools

Subjects

Travel and transport

Temporal coverage

2019-05-01
2020-02-29
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Europe
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Europe
A guide to existing methods and tools, compiled and provided in English (translated from national languages).
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Qualitative and mixed methods data
English

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D6.2_2020.03.20_FINAL.pdf 2.45 MB

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