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Making Cities Inclusive For Women

Alice Sabrina Ismail, Director of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment & Surveying, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

09-Mar-23 21:00

Making Cities Inclusive For Women

In conjunction with International Women’s Day this week, I Love KL looks at gender-sensitive architecture and how our built environment can be designed to be sensitive to women. Where are we with regard to this, and how can our public and private spaces be improved further to be more inclusive? Alice Sabrina Ismail, Director of Architecture from the Faculty of Built Environment & Surveying, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia helps break it all down.

Produced by: Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Haniff Baharudin


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Categories:  culture

Tags:  gender sensitive designgender-sensitive architecturei love klIWD2023International Women's Day 2023





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