Information and training day: Making feminists allies of women living with disabilities
Day for TGFM members to give us a common ground to initiate reflections on the demands to be made for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility in Montreal. It's on May 10 from 11am to 4:30pm in a hybrid format.
The Feminists for the Right to the City Committee is initiating a mobilization to ensure inclusive and safe sustainable mobility in Montreal. Since February, a dozen women living with disabilities have been keeping logs of their travel experiences in order to document the obstacles and insecurities that affect their movements. Based on their testimonies and a survey, the TGFM wants to develop tools to promote concrete and relevant solutions (e.g. report, poster, vignette, workshop and training).
The day on May 10 includes 3 parts to give us a common ground to start thinking about the demands to be made for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility in Montreal.
📚 Theoretical component in the afternoon: Key concepts and regulatory tools in place and their limitations.
🏙️ Practical component in the late afternoon: Exploratory walk with mobility aids in Athena Park.
The training session is on May 10th from 11am to 4:30pm. It is offered in a hybrid format:
👋 Face-to-face, at the Parent-Roback House (469 Jean-Talon St. W., Montreal, Park metro). We offer lunch on site.
🖥️ in virtual by Zoom.
Places are limited, reserve your place quickly!
To sign up
For more information contact Marie-Eve.D@tgfm.org or 514-381-3288 ext. 2