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Research project

Gender, Safety & Mobility: Advocating for change through Arts and Web Science

Project overview

Stimulus Fund Project
This project comprises a community exhibition of visual arts to promote the power of web science in informing different gendered experience relating to transportation and mobility, and to showcase the importance of gender equity in terms of ‘perceived safety’.
The exhibition is organised by members of Close the Data Gap and open to artworks from the University, and wider community as well as featuring work by members of the working group. The exhibition encourages conversations and stories about gendered experiences of safety when traveling in daily life. 
In addition to the physical exhibition, an online exhibition is created to promote the in person event and to give broader reach for engagement and knowledge transfer of the power of web science to represent essential overlooked issues in society relating to gender, mobility & safety.

Staff

Lead researcher
Other researchers

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs