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A Case Study on Women-friendly Kimpo New Town Planning with Gender Equity Assessment

Sang-Moon Lee 1 Jeon, Young-Ok 2

1협성대학교
2(사)도시환경연구센터 연구실장

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ABSTRACT

The modern city has pursued the high efficiency and convenience with well-equiped urban infrastructure, facilities, and residential environment with a men-oriented perspective. However this city has also produced a problem to women such as an access barrier to public space as well as a behavioral difficulty in outdoor activities. The New Town Development Project(NTDP) is a good experimental chance to achieve the women-friendly city. Therefore, new town builders should accept the Gender-Equity Impact Assessment(GEIA), and also feedback the results of the assessment to planning and construction process. Proposal to Policy Improvement is as follows; ① The government should introduce gender-consciousness concept to urban planning system. ② The GEIA is needed to Public-led NTDP with over a definite area. ③ It is necessary that gender-consciousness concept is introduced to planning process for urban space construction. ④ The government should introduce the various kinds of education programs available to NTDP related public servants and planning engineers.

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