Is the pandemic increasing the gender mobility gap?

This interactive webinar  on 4 March organised by AET will feature a discussion of the impact of the pandemic on the mobility of women and the increasing gender mobility gap. Speakers for this webinar include:

    • Ines Kawgan-Kagan, Managing Director, AEM Institute (Accessible and Equitable Mobility), Germany. Ines is a mobility expert focusing on gender differences in sustainable urban mobility. She founded the AEM Institute in November 2020 to push the topic of accessible and equitable mobility.
    • Dr Bhuvanachithra Chidambaram, Research Associate at the Department of Transport Planning, Faculty of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund, Germany. Bhuvana’s research interests include travel behaviour, traffic policy, urban mobility, gender dimensions. She is the author of many publications and conference papers, notably on the subject of travel behaviour and commuting patterns.

The discussion will be moderated by Dr Enrica Papa, Reader in Transport Planning, University of Westminster, UK. Enrica’s research is positioned at the intersection of urban, transport and economic geography.
The webinar will be chaired by Conall Mac Aongusa, Chair of AET COVID-19 Working Group and a Board member of AET.

  • The webinar will be hosted on the Webex platform, used during ETC 2020. Pre-registered participants will receive additional information the day before the webinar containing instructions on how to use WebEx and a calendar item with the link. Please note that there is no deadline for signing up. Last minute registrants can access the webinar via the registration link. By attending the AET webinars, participants consent to the use of their details for the organisation of further webinars.

Please register via this link to let us know you will attend, by clicking the Register button. 

 

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