This international research network aims to engender current smart city agendas through young women’s everyday experiences of navigating and living in the city. It will present digital stories of mobility and safety curated by young women living in urban peripheries – resettlement colonies, urban villages and border towns. It will move beyond existing gendered data on violence against women to highlight gendered and socio-economic patterns of inclusions and exclusions brought about by a digital urban age.
Find out more about the ‘Gendering the Smart City: A subaltern curation network on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in India’ project aims and objectives.
Watch our ‘Khadar Ki Ladkiyan [Khadar Girls]’, a song and music video exploring young women’s stories of mobility and safety in Delhi’s peripheries, and read account of the process of co-creating the lyrics and music video with our participants.
Find out more about our ‘Gendering the Smart City’ #GSCProject exhibition entitled ‘Art in Public Places – #AanaJaana: Curating Women’s Digital Stories of the City’ which took place at Mandi House metro station, New Delhi, India from 1st to 31st January 2019.