Webinar: The impact of COVID-19 on women in transport

15th May 2020

On Friday 15th May 2020 at 3:00 pm (Paris Time), join PIARC and the UKAid-funded High Volume Transport Applied Research Programme (HVT) to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on women in transport

PIARC Webinar: The impact of COVID-19 on women in transport

As economies close in response to COVID-19, women face significant risks to their health and livelihoods. In the transport sector, where women are already significantly under-represented, they face precarious and vulnerable employment situations that any COVID-19-related economic crisis will accentuate, in a differentiated way to that facing men in the sector.

Any post-COVID-19 response must recognise these gender differences, involve both men and women in its development and be equitable and inclusive in its impact. This free webinar draws on current experiences from experts around the world working in this field and will draw together thoughts on key issues and useful initiatives in place or planned to address them.

Practical information:

  • Speakers include: Christos Xenophontos and Anna Wildt-Persson (PIARC Technical Committee 1.1 on the Performance of Transport Administrations), Gina Porter (University of Durham), Fatima Adamu (University of Sokoto), Claire Clarke (International Transport Federation), Naomi Mwaura (Flone Initiative).
  • This webinar is organised jointly with the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
  • Language: English. After the webinar, the presentations will be available on the PIARC website in French and Spanish as well.
  • Register now! If you wish to participate, please fill in the form available at this address.
  • Further information and agenda here.

COVID-19: key lessons for the road community from the first PIARC webinars

PIARC has organised a series of Webinars to discuss the multiple and complex impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for road and transport administrations.

Video recordings and copies of all presentation slides in three languages from the Webinars can be found on PIARC’s website.

Further information:

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