The UC Davis Feminist Research Institute and the National Center for Sustainable Transportation is now accepting applications for participation in this November 1-2 workshop at the University of California, Davis.
This workshop will consider how frameworks of mobility justice and racial justice offer new pathways toward creating more robust research models for bike equity and sustainable transportation futures. In a two-day convening, we will engage in deep discussion about how bicycling researchers can account for the complexity of equity with the goal of making bicycling, new mobilities, and other modes of sustainable transportation accessible and desirable for all. The goals of the event will be (1) to develop new collaborative research relationships, (2) to develop a shared research agenda that presumes the centrality of equity and justice for sustainable transportation futures, and (3) to share insights with our broader communities and track their impact.
More information on the workshop and a link to apply is available at https://fri.ucdavis.edu/events/addressing-cycles-inequality-workshop-mobility-justice
Deadline for applications: August 15, 2019