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In the 1990s, Vienna created a “gender mainstreaming” policy that was to inform city planning. Initially intended  to make the city more livable for women, the principles have proven so successful that they now form a part of the United Nations Human

In the 1990s, Vienna created a “gender mainstreaming” policy that was to inform city planning. Initially intended to make the city more livable for women, the principles have proven so successful that they now form a part of the United Nations Human

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Schools spend too much time drilling for exams and not enough time supporting creative learning. By bringing students into the learning process (and letting them direct the activity), teachers can strengthen creativity and independent thinking.

Schools spend too much time drilling for exams and not enough time supporting creative learning. By bringing students into the learning process (and letting them direct the activity), teachers can strengthen creativity and independent thinking.

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Daniella commented on Designing a City for Women

In some cities, it has been as simple as adding additional public bathrooms/extending the hours in which they are open, widening sidewalks to fit strollers, increasing street lighting so women feel safe walking back at night, adding mirrors in winding walkways so people can see around the bend, The key is to study and recognize the pain points of women in cities and to create new ways that challenge the physical structures in place.

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Daniella commented on Repurpose Civic Landscaping as a Senior Activity

Hi Matt- happy to join the team, looking at the googledoc now and looking forward to collaborating!

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Daniella commented on Repurpose Civic Landscaping as a Senior Activity

What a great idea Matt. There is also the opportunity to partner with the younger generation (especially when thinking about the sometimes heavy lifting involved with gardening). Have you thought at all about how this could also be eco-friendly?