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Thursday, June 9th 2022

10.00

Gendered Landscape bus tour: optional on-site program

bus departs from FIKA, Västra Strandgatan 8 (lunch is included in the bus tour)

12.00

Lunch: included in the bus tour

13.15

Conference starts

Welcome by Janet Ågren, deputy mayor of Umeå

13.30 - 14.30

Keynote

Mother of invention: Why including women is the missing key to innovation

Katrine Marçal, journalist and bestselling author on women and innovation

14.45 - 15.45

Gender, entrepreneurship and labour market: a gender equal labour market, a better labour market for all?

Speakers include:

Monica Berling, Project manager of the Machoindex for the construction sector in Sweden

Unica Peters, Project manager and press officer at the female business incubator jumpp, Germany

Clare Stovell, Research Fellow at Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice, Oxford Brookes University

Moderated by:

Sally Kneeshaw, URBACT programme expert and specialist in innovation, inclusion and sustainability

16.00 - 17.00

Speed dating & networking session (digital for all participants)

19.00

Conference dinner at Tonka Strandgatan Länk till annan webbplats, öppnas i nytt fönster.

Friday, June 10th 2022

8.30

Arrival and morning coffee

9.00 - 9.50 Parallell sessions

Gender, smart cities and innovation: Can a smart city be equal?

Speakers include:

Virginia Dignum, professor in social and ethical AI, and Wallenberg chair on Responsible Artificial Intelligence. Scientific Director of WASP-HS (Humanities and Society).

Maria Sanguiliano, CEO and Research Director at Smart Venice. Senior gender and innovation researcher and expert.

Rob Kitchin, Professor at the Social Sciences Institute (MUSSI) and researcher on data and smart cities

Moderated by:

Katrine Marçal, journalist and bestselling author on women and innovation

If men travelled like women: How can we challenge identity and norms connected to mobility?

Speakers include:

Tanu Priya Uteng, senior researcher at the Institute of Transport Economics.

Valentina Montoya Robledo, PhD in law from Harvard University, assistant law professor at Universidad de los Andes and director of Invisible commutes

Moderated by:

Mary Dellenbaugh-Losse, urban researcher, consultant and author on participation, social inclusion and gender

10.00 - 10.50 Parallell sessions

The intersection between gender and climate change mitigation:

Speakers include:

Eva Bernard, Principal advisor on Gender, Green Economy and Climate Action at EBRD

Lidewij Tummers, leading international expert on sustainable building and participative design. Founding member of the European network of experts on gender, diversity and urban sustainability (GDUS) and the European network of Collaborative Housing.

Sara Nilsson, senior advisor, Swedish Gender Equality Agency

Moderated by:

Sally Kneeshaw, URBACT programme expert and specialist in innovation, inclusion and sustainability

Who is planning and who is being planned: Does gender equal urban planning mean planning for women?

Speakers include:

Inés Sánchez de Madariaga, Chair of the Advisory Group on Gender Issues at UN Habitat, expert on gender in research, architecture, planning and development

Florencia Andreola, architect and independent researcher. Co-curator of the public program and research project Sex & the City on Gender planning, and co-author of the Milan Gender Atlas

Linda Gustafsson, Gender equality officer at the comprehensive planning department of the municipality of Umeå

Moderated by:

Mary Dellenbaugh-Losse, urban researcher, consultant and author on participation, social inclusion and gender

11.15

What are our visions for the gendered landscape of the European cities of the future? Panel discussion

11.50

Closing session

12.00

Lunch

14.30

Bus departs from P5 for airport for on-site participants

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