The DIAMOND project has been represented at the International Conference on Women’s Issues in Transportation (WIit) in Irvine, California, from 10th-13th September 2019. This was the 6th edition of the Conference, which counted with the participation of leaders in transportation from around the world to explore and discuss about the gender differences in access to mobility.
Representatives from DIAMOND team have been present at the Conference to deliver two presentations of the project and participate in a discussion panel.
DIAMOND’s technical coordinator Francisco Santarremigia and Fanny Breuil from Eurecat’s Public Programmes Department, have presented the project in the session focused on the inclusion of women in the transport sector. Santarremigia has presented the project’s work and the methodology under the title “Women Inclusion in the Transport System by Applying a Novel Structured Methodology: The Inclusion Diamond and Polyhedral Individual Model”.
On the other hand, Breuil has presented DIAMOND’s method and advances in a presentation called “Women Inclusion in the Transport System by Applying a Novel Structured Methodology: Revealing Actionable Data to Support Fair Women’s Inclusion in the Transport System”.
Moreover, project partner Wafaa Saleh from the Edinburgh Napier University has participated in the panel discussion “Framing the Future for Women in Transport through Collaborative Research” to discuss about the future areas of collaboration and challenges to advance women inclusion throughout transport.