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

Developing An Intersectional Equity Framework to Support Walkability Transitions

EP-2022-WK-03, Project leader: Iderlina Mateo-BabianoThe University of Melbourne, Urban Planning, Diversity and Inclusion, Melbourne School of Design, Australia Partners: Abstract Promoting more walkable places and encouraging walking as a mode of transport are strategies that governments, civil society and the private sector must support to achieve more inclusive cities and equitable communities. Yet there is