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The Impact and Promise of Smart Cities for post-COVID 19 System Change: Creating People-Centered and Gender-Responsive Smart Cities to Advance the New Urban Agenda - Shared screen with speaker view
Katherine Kline
30:38
Is it possible to begin as many of us have events right after this one?
Tania Fernandes Echaporia
56:03
We would appreciate if you can participate in a quick poll.
Charles Cadwell
57:38
Effects of Covid on wren’s labor force participation, esp vis-a-vis access to child care and/or transport safety.
Charles Cadwell
57:56
Sorry women’s, not wren’s
ElsaMarie DSilva, Red Dot Foundation, Speaker
01:47:53
Thanks Ayona. That was fascinating
Ayona Datta (Speaker)
01:48:44
Thanks so much. And sorry for going over time.
Marc Weiss
01:50:25
Congratulations to Judith, Natalie, and all the speakers for a great session! Many thanks to IHC Global.
Judith Hermanson
01:51:34
Thanks, Marc! Great to have you here.
Jane Katz
01:52:26
Hope the presentations will be made available. Excellent work.
Judith Hermanson
01:52:57
Thanks, Jane! Yes, we will make them available!
Judith Hermanson
02:13:00
Please send questions or comments via chat
Natalie R. Gill, Speaker
02:14:05
Does Covid change the incentives of citizens to demand change in public space provision or access?
Sarah Belay
02:15:21
Has the current Year Without Public Space affected women disproportionately?
Charles Cadwell - Urban Institute
02:17:19
BRAVO!
ElsaMarie DSilva, Red Dot Foundation, Speaker
02:17:21
@Sarah yes in that domestic violence is more pronounced. Also in low income communities, there is no outlet for women to have any leisure activities.
David Painter
02:26:10
Thank you to all. Very important messages on Smart Cities.
ElsaMarie DSilva, Red Dot Foundation, Speaker
02:26:27
Thank you all. Appreciate it
Ayona Datta (Speaker)
02:26:30
Thank you for inviting us.