‘How can we ensure fair public transport for women?’ event to ask

NEWS-IN-BRIEF: ‘How can we ensure fair public transport for women?’ is the question to be asked at an event hosted by the Dublin Commuter Coalition.

The online event is to start at 8.30pm Monday, April 25.

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The main speaker is to be Dr Maria Chiara Leva, a lecturer in Health and Safety at the School of Environmental Health, Technological University Dublin.

The Dublin Commuter Coalition said that other speakers will include, Ajeni Thimnu who is doing her PhD on women’s experience in use of public transport in Ireland particularly, focusing also on aspects related to safety and security, and Dr Mary Kinahan, who works mostly in the area of women working in transport.

You can register for the event here.

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