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Navigating intersectional realities through smart urbanism: Gender, media and design

There’s still time to submit an abstract looking at the in- and exclusion of vulnerable groups, despite calls for more inclusion, in smart cities.

Navigating Intersection Realities through Smart Urbanism: Gender, Media and Design, will take place on 12 April 2023 at Utrecht University. Organised by Professor Ajay Bailey, Seama Mowri and Dr Michiel de Lange, it will bring together academics and practitioners from across disciplines to learn from smart urbanisms in the global south and street-level experience, and consider contributions to more inclusive smart urbanisms that reflect local histories, situations and needs.

Webinar series now online

The second annual INTALInC webinar series, ‘Solutions-led perspectives on inclusive and sustainable mobilities: New pathways, fresh horizons’ is now available via our YouTube channel.
Sessions cover: ‘New perspectives from emerging landscapes’; ‘Inclusifying urban transport’; ‘Widening inclusion in urban transport planning’; ‘Digital futures and the role of technologies’; ‘Spatial planning and integrated transport development’; and lastly a panel session, ‘Future actions for briding the gap’.

Newsletter, Spring 2022

Second INTALInC Webinar series starts Thursday 30th September 2021

The series will run on alternate Thursdays until 9th December 2021. Six interactive sessions will investigate themes including: ‘New Perspectives from Emerging Horizons’; ”Inclusifying’ Urban Transport’; ‘Participative Solutions in Urban Transport Planning’; ‘Digital Futures and the Role of Technologies’; and ‘Spatial Planning and Integrated Transport Development’ to seek solutions to meet needs on the ground. To conclude, a panel session will draw together ideas and experience from across the series to look at ways of ‘Bridging the Gap between Policy and Practice’.

The series brings together some of the most exciting speakers working on transport and mobilities policy and practice in academia, planning, governance, and activism from around the world.

Photography competition: Framing mobilities in low income communities

International judging panel: Ilana Boltnivik (Instituto de Artes Plásticas, Universidad Veracruzana) (Chair); Mats Jarnhammar (VREF, MAC programme); Samuel Odewume (Lagos State University); Karen Lucas (Director of INTALInC); Emma Tsoneva (INTALInC); Alejandro Manga (INTALInC).

Information in French
Information in Spanish

Early Career Researchers’ Showcase

INTALInC is hosting an online seminar to showcase the work of our Early Career Researchers on Thursday 8th April 2021 from 2:00pm to 4:30 pm (UK time). The even is open for all network members and will be a great opportunity to hear emerging opinions about transport justice and equitable mobility in the global south.

More information and register to attend this event.

Spring 2021 Newsletter

News archive

STEPS press release: 2018
Newsletter: Spring 2019
Update: Winter 2018
Update: Autumn 2017
Flyer: 2017

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