Category Archives: Gender-Based Violence

Gendered Data in Smart Cities Story Map

Combining approaches from urban geography, gender studies, software ethnography and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), this ArcGIS mapping project is a unique interdisciplinary international collaboration between King’s College London and Gendering the Smart City project (#GSCProject) societal partners Safetipin and Jagori in India.

Data has been collected on infrastructural blind-spots using innovations in digital technology and open-source mapping, and on violence against women (VAW) through participatory mapping of infrastructure and social usage of public spaces by women, in the selected low-income neighbourhoods of Madanpur Khadar and Badarpur, Delhi.

⬇ PLEASE CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO EXPLORE OUR STORY MAP.

THIS STORY MAP WAS CREATED BY SASHA MAHAJAN, URBAN PLANNER – DESIGNER AT CH2M/JACOBS.

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