The 2nd TInnGO Multistakeholders' Forum is taking place on Thursday 16th September 2021, 9:30 - 13:00 CEST, being the digital forum where new perspectives to approach gender smart mobility in the transport sector will be discussed with different stakeholders. The event will capitalise on the discussions and insights gained during the 1st TInnGO Multistakeholders' Forum last year.
Key concepts in TInnGO project, such a smart mobility, gender and diversity mainstreaming are also the cornerstones of the public discourse. A view of gender and diversity in smart transport that connects the TInnGO roadmap, on how this can progress current debates and create a paradigm shift towards greater inclusivity in the transport sector. The measure of success is when current and future transport provision if fully accessible and inclusive.
At the Forum, scientific evidence is to be presented and discussed regarding how inequalities are created. The Forum will also address paradigm shifts in education, employment, technological innovations and entrepreneurship as arenas for change and inclusion. It will present which strategies /policies and interventions have been most successful in increasing diversity and whether this is having identifiable effects in the wider transport system.
The TInnGO Multistakeholders' Forum will focus on how policy-making should deploy results from Gender & Diversity Equality research, considering the TInnGO Observatory, the 10 national hubs in 13 European countries, the TInnGO Open Data Repository (T-ODR) and the TInnGO Open Innovation Platform.
Key questions that will be discussed include:
- How is Gender Smart Mobility translated into policy and concrete actions in the EU and Member States?
- How can the research on gender in European Transport and the various tools for Gender and Diversity Smart Mobility boost a gender-balanced and overall inclusive transport ecosystem in Europe?
- Why does the EU Transport and Mobility Policies need to focus on Gender Equality, Inclusion and Diversity?
- Which priorities should be set to develop policies that can address gender imbalances in the transport sector?
Register for the event here.
Author: Elena Tavlaki