Planning environments for women’s health
Clearinghouse Connector – June 2014
Links to online resources available from the Women’s Health Victoria Clearinghouse collection.
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How to design a city for women : a fascinating experiment in ‘gender mainstreaming’ Citylab [Blog], 2013
Gendered cities : built and physical environments National Network on Environments and Women’s Health, 2005
Gender in planning and urban development Commonwealth Secretariat, 2009
Built environment : fact sheet Tasmania. Department of Health and Human Services, 2012
A city tailored to women : the role of municipal governments in achieving gender equality Federation of Canadian Municipalities. International Centre for Municipal Development; City of Montreal. Women in the City Program, 2004
Best practices for girl- and young women-friendly cities : towards an international dialogue POWER Camp National/Filles d'Action, 2006
Communities in which women count : The Women’s Equity Report Card Project Toronto City Women’s Alliance, 2010
SALAR starter kit for sustainable gender equality [Video] Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR), 2012
Urban planning and design United Nations Human Settlements Programme, 2012. – (Gender Issue Guide)
Gender, urban development and the politics of space E-International Relations [Blog], 2013
Ambivalences of gender planning Metropolitiques [Blog], 2013
For women in transport to gender in transport : challenging conceptual frameworks for improved policymaking Journal of International Affairs, 2013
Gender 1 : urban rehabilitation and transport projects : guidance note European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 2011
Safety and crime prevention
Gender, local governance and violence prevention : making the links: final report University of Melbourne. Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, 2009
Social inclusion principles for spatial planning in Tasmania Tasmanian Council of Social Service (TasCOSS), 2011
Housing, public policy and social inclusion Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2010
Achieving healthy urban planning : a comparison of three methods University of Auckland. School of Population Health, 2011
Future health : sustainable places for health and well-beingCommission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) (UK), 2009
Promoting physical activity and active living in urban environments : the role of local governments World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe, 2006
Global age-friendly cities : a guide World Health Organization, 2007
Inquiry into the application of safer design principles and crime prevention through environmental design : final report Victoria. Parliament. Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee, 2013
Inquiry into environmental design and public health in Victoria Victoria. Parliament. Legislative Council. Environmental and Planning References Committee, 2012
Healthy spaces and places : a national guide to designing places for healthy living : an overview / Planning Institute of Australia, 2009
A state of liveability : an inquiry into enhancing Victoria’s liveability : final report Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission, 2008
European charter for women in the city : moving towards a gender-conscious city Commission of the European Union, 2004
Municipal Association of Victoria Gender and land use planning and design
UN-Habitat for a Better Urban Future Gender theme
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