Crime, perceived insecurity and the walking behaviours of older people: a comparative study in Chile and Mexico

WK-2023-EP-11Project Leader: Giovanni VecchioInstituto de Estudios Urbanos y Territoriales, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile. Partners: Abstract Previously localised in Global North countries, population ageing is rapidly involving also the Global South. For older people, the possibility of getting out of the house and walking in one’s neighbourhood to access basic opportunities is crucial for

Children and Adolescents’ Everyday Walking: Experiences and Practices from an Intersectional Perspective

EP-2022-WK-06Project leader: Karen S. CuevasNGO La Reconquista Peatonal, University of Chile, Chile Partners: Abstract Children and adolescents’ walking practices are influenced by their specific experiences, which differ from adults, and are grounded on context and culture. However, widespread adultist assumptions have caused a gap of knowledge on the walking experiences and practices of children and