The DIAMOND project has been presented at the Paris International Forum on Women’s Rights, organised by the French Coordination for the European Women’s Lobby (La CLEF) and celebrated in a virtual format from 5th – 7th of April.
The event was aimed at sensitising the general public to the need to achieve gender equality and build a more inclusive and just society.
During the session “Gender and mobility”, Chris Blache co-founder of Genre & Ville and project’s partner, presented DIAMOND’s work and achievements under the title “What are the challenges for a more inclusive mobility?”. Blache gave a general overview about the project and its main goals, described the research process and the four use case scenarios, presented some results achieved, and explained the future works and steps planned within the project.
The session also counted with the participation of Sally Kneeshaw from URBACT, a European exchange and learning programme that promotes sustainable urban development and helps cities to develop innovative solutions which integrate economic, social and environmental urban topics.
The CLEF is an organisation that runs a network of almost seventy associations for equality and women’s rights in France, Europe and at international level. CLEF is co-founder of the European Women’s Lobby (LEF/EWL) of which it is the French coordination.