Changing the narrative of cities to be more inclusive, safer, and engaging for caregivers with young children requires thinking through an intersectional lens of their particular needs and behaviors. It also requires creative engagement methods to get both the right type of data and political and public buy-in.
In this session we will look into the use of behavioral change tactics like pilots and positive messaging that help implement temporary and permanent projects in Tirana, Albania.
This interactive session is especially suitable for those who participated in the Mobility and Access for Babies, Toddlers and Their Caregivers course as well as transport planners, urban designers, public health workers, city officials, agency staff and NGOs who are interested in implementing better solutions addressing the needs of families in cities.
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