Women’s Online Partnership Platform
Cities 2030: Cities for All
Implementing the New Urban Agenda in a gender responsive and inclusive manner
Whether or not you will be in Kuala Lumpur, please Join the discussion here!
This forum is for all interested partners to share ideas, tools, challenges, knowledge and experience. Women all over the world face challenges in cities, some similar, some different. This sharing of experiences will feed into global best practice, lessons learnt, knowledge and advocacy.
We invite you to participate in the conversation in the weeks leading up to WUF9.
Don’t forget to tag #WomensAssemblyWUF9 on social media.
The discussions here will also inform the WUF Women’s Assembly.Please note that this forum is open for all. Every post must be respectful, inclusive and contribute to a productive discussion. Under no circumstances should posts be made that may be offensive to others.
Please click on a topic to go to that discussion:
- Humanitarian crises and migration
- Engendering the Right to the City: What’s working, what still needs to be done
- Engendered emergency/DRR/Climate Change Response
- Strengthening women’s role in local governments: Challenges and opportunities
- Public spaces safe and accessible for all, including women’s mobility and public transport
- Rural-urban links and food security
- Slum upgrading and basic gender-responsive service delivery
- Legislation, planning, budgeting, monitoring, and evaluation of urban public policy with a gender perspective in the framework of The Right to the City
- Land and property ownership
- Economic inclusion of women and girls: promoting capacity building and opportunities in cities
- Inclusion of women with disabilities in an urban environment