If more women designed cities….

This year, the United Nations celebrates International Women’s Day, March 8, with the theme “Generation Equality”.

In line with this, UN-Habitat Philippines asks women urban practitioners, technical staff, planners, architects, engineers, policymakers, and all kinds of urban actors what a city designed by more women would be like in tangible terms.

We strongly urge you to join the campaign and tell us what you think through the form below as an effort to make sure that cities are not only built for everyone but also built by everyone.

Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Related Posts

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Latest Publications

Seeks to provide greater clarity and insights into the future of cities based on existing trends, challenges and opportunities, as well as disruptive conditions, including the valuable lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic, and suggest ways that cities can be better prepared to address a wide range of shocks and transition to sustainable urban futures.
BCRUPD has initiated a rapid research in partnership with TAMPEI Inc. and the cities of Ormoc and Tagum. The research involves a quick survey and focus group discussions (FGD) in five barangays each in Tagum City and Ormoc City to identify the impacts of COVID-19 in selected urban poor communities. This publication provides highlights from the said study as well as entry points for building resilience and green recovery.

Let's Work Together