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May East (University of Dundee, UK)
Tytuł
Bridging the urban planning gender gap - in search of policy coherence between Sustainable Development Goals 5 and 11
Niwelowanie różnic płci w planowaniu miast - w poszukiwaniu spójności polityk pomiędzy SDG 5 i SDG 11
Źródło
Rozwój Regionalny i Polityka Regionalna / Instytut Geografii Społeczno-Ekonomicznej i Gospodarki Przestrzennej Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, 2022, nr 60, s. 71-86, rys., tab., bibliogr. 59 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Socjologia miasta, Miasto, Płeć, Polityka, Polityka miejska
City sociology, City, Gender, Politics, Urban policy
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Planowanie miast ponosi historyczne konsekwencje nieuwzględniania róż-nic płci w teorii, polityce i praktyce. Podczas gdy niektóre badania koncentrowały się na tym, w jaki sposób planowanie miast nie odpowiada na potrzeby i perspektywy kobiet, koncepcja "luki płci w planowaniu miast" pozostaje niedostatecznie reprezentowana w sferze teoretycznej i w zastosowaniach praktycznych. Przyjmując perspektywę krytycz-nej analizy systemów, należy stwierdzić, że celem tego artykułu jest zbadanie, w jakim stopniu cele zrównoważonego rozwoju ONZ (Sustainable Development Goals - SDG) wspierają równe i znaczące uczestnictwo kobiet w planowaniu miast lub im je utrudniają. Aby to zrealizować, niniejszy artykuł przedstawia najpierw przegląd istniejących ram kon-ceptualizacji współzależności SDG, po czym przechodzi do systematycznego badania po-wiązań między SDG 5 "Równość płci" i SDG 11 "Zrównoważone miasta i społeczności". Następnie analizuje, dlaczego w ramach SDG 11 kobiety umieszcza się wśród wrażliwych segmentów społeczeństwa wymagających ochrony obok dzieci, osób starszych i osób niepełnosprawnych. W podsumowaniu podkreślono, że nacechowanie płciowe mają nie tylko przestrzenie miejskie, ale także polityka miejska i porozumienia międzynarodowe. W oparciu o te ustalenia artykuł proponuje nowe narracje podkreślające współzależności między kobietami a miastami, które, jeśli zostaną przyjęte, mogą wypełnić historyczną lukę między płciami w planowaniu miast.(abstrakt oryginalny)

Urban planning suffers from a historic gender gap in theory, policy and prac-tice. While some research has focused on how urban planning fails to respond to women's needs and perspectives, the concept of an 'urban planning gender gap' remains underthe-orized and underrepresented in the realm of practical applications. Adopting a systems critical analysis perspective, the aim of this paper is to investigate to what extent do the UN Sustainable Development Goals support or hinder the capabilities of women to par-ticipate equally and meaningfully in urban planning. To do so, this article first provides an overview of existing frameworks for the conceptualisation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) interdependencies followed bya systematic investigation of the in-terlinkages between SDG 5 Gender Equality and SDG 11 Sustainable Cities and Commu-nities. Secondly, it questions why at the target level SDG 11 positions women amongst the vulnerable segments of society requiring protection alongside children, older persons and persons with disabilities. It concludes by highlighting that not only are urban spaces gendered, but so are urban policies and international accords as well. Based on these findings, the article proposes new narratives highlighting the interdependencies between women and cities, which if adopted, could bridge the historic urban planning gender gap.(original abstract)
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ISSN
2353-1428
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.14746/rrpr.2022.60s.07
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