jueves, junio 04, 2009

Red GDUS - Género, diversidad y sostenibilidad urbana


Red GDUS - Género, Diversidad y Sostenibilidad Urbana
G D U S – GENDER, DIVERSITY AND URBAN SUSTAINABILITY


What is GDUS?
GDUS is an informal network of scholars and practitioners in urban planning. Its aim is to bring together work carried out relating to gender and diversity issues to urban studies and planning theory.
GDUS represents different disciplines such as spatial planning, urban design, environmental psychology, landscape planning and social policy within the field of sustainable spatial development.
Each member brings in experience of either research or practice in a gender aware approach.
The network operates through a virtual community hosted by Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Tours (Fr) and through half-yearly seminars.

Objectives of the GDUS-network
establishing and expanding a network of people actively involved in “Gender, Diversity and Urban Sustainability”
presenting studies performed in various European countries on initiatives against gender discrimination in spatial policies regarding public space, housing, mobility and environmental sustainability.
evaluating existing practices and highlighting key factors that can be reproduced in other sites.
exchanging this knowledge with practitioners, policy makers and citizens groups.
constructing a theoretical framework that allows integration of gender-insights into spatial planning systems and theory.
promoting gender and diversity issues in spatial development at all levels of policy making: from EU level (ESDP, SDS, research and development Programs) to regional, urban and local level.
Enlaces:


NETWORK-UNIVERSITIES/OFFICES
François-Rabelais University, Maison des Sciences de l‘Homme de Tours
University of Natural Ressources and Applied Life Sciences, Department of Landscape, Spatial and Infrastructure Sciences, Institute of Landscape Planning
planwind.at - consulting engineering studio: planning-management-research
Helsinki University of Technology, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies
Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Sociales, Atelier de recherche sociologique
Leibniz University of Hannover, Faculty for Architecture and Landscape Sciences, Institute for History and Theory of Architecture, Department for Planning and Architecture Sociology
University of Westminster, School of Architecture and the Built Environment
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Department Urbanism, Chair of spatial planning and strategy
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Departamento de Urbanismo y Ordenación del Territorio, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid
Umeå University, Department of Political Science

PARTNER-CITIES/REGIONS
Brest Métropole Océane
City of Vienna - Co-ordination Office for Planning and Construction Geared to the Requirements of Daily Life and the Specific Needs of Women
Salzburg - Office for local spatial & community planning
City of Munich - Department of Urban Planning

PARTNER-NETWORKS
gender_archland
GeneroUrban
Women‘s Design Service

2 comentarios:

Neskateka dijo...

Este año hemos puesto en marcha el proyecto Neskateka, una plataforma ciudadana para la mejora urbanística desde el punto de vista de la mujer.

Se está realizando en Laudio, Álava, y va más allá de la realización de un mapa ya que la intención es empoderizar a las participantes y convertirlas en un grupo de expertas que participe activamente en las decisiones urbanísticas del municipio.

Hay más información en el blog del proyecto: www.neskateka.net

An Ana Anna Anne ... dijo...

Gracias Neskateka por hacer conocer tu experiencia. He añadido el enlace. Puedes dar a concer vuestra expriencia a traves de la lista http://elistas.egrupos.net/lista/generourban
somos un poco más de 600 inscritas e intercambiamos información sobre nuestros proyectos, dudas....


A+, en GéneroUrban.

An

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