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Mon, 01 Jul

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Cloth Hall Court

Women and Planning Conference: From Theory to Practice

The ways in which we can better consider the needs of women and girls when planning our towns and cities is a subject that has been gathering increasing interest both in planning academia and practice. This conference considers how we get from Theory to Pratice.

Women and Planning Conference: From Theory to Practice
Women and Planning Conference: From Theory to Practice

Time & Location

01 Jul 2024, 09:30 BST – 02 Jul 2024, 17:00 BST

Cloth Hall Court, Quebec St, Leeds LS1 2HA, UK

About the event

The ways in which we can better consider the needs of women and girls when planning our towns and cities is a subject that has been gathering increasing interest both in planning academia and practice. Questions are being asked as to what planning can do to make practice more inclusive, and planners are increasingly interested in how this can be applied to their own work. It is in the context that the Women and Planning: From Theory to Practice conference welcomes academics and practitioners to come to Leeds, UK and explore this. This event is sponsored by the RTPI and supported by Women in Planning UK, Commonwealth Women in Planning; Women in Property and BAME Planners Network. 

The conference will be held in person in central Leeds, UK. On the evening of 1 July there will be opportunities for conference participants to meet in a social setting. There is the opportunity to join some of the conference as a virtual participant.

Some, not all, parts of the conference will be streamed. In addition, if you join the conference as a virtual participant, you will not have access to the full program or be able to fully participate (e.g. in Q&A).

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