Projects

Photograph: Anne Alix le Maignan

URBAN-WASTE – Urban Strategies for Waste Management in Tourist Cities

 

I am the gender consultant on this European Union Horizon 2020 research project  2016 - 2019.

The URBAN WASTE project aims to help develop strategies aimed at reducing the amount of municipal waste production as well as strategies to further develop re-use, recycling, collection and disposal of waste. In doing so URBAN-WASTE will adopt and apply the urban metabolism approach to support the switch to a circular model where waste is considered as resource and reintegrated in the urban flow.

The project will develop eco-innovative and gender-sensitive waste prevention and management strategies in cities with high levels of tourism in order to reduce the urban waste production and improve municipal waste management. These strategies will facilitate the reintroduction of waste as a resource into the urban metabolism flows and address waste management, risk prevention and land-use as an integral part of urban development.

For further details please see here.

 
BALTIC GENDER

I am on the Advisory Board of this project which runs from 2016-2020

Baltic Gender is an EU-funded project that brings together eight scientific institutions in five countries around the Baltic Sea to work on reducing gender inequalities in Marine Science and Technology. The project has been funded for 4 years, starting on the 1st of September 2016, by theHORIZON 2020 programme under the call for promoting “Gender Equality in Research and Innovation” and the topic of “Support to research organisations to implement gender equality plans” (GERI-4-2015).

For further details please see here.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
European Union COST Action: Gender Equality in Science Technology and the Environment.

This project finished in 2016. Please see here for details.

Photograph: U Turn CREATE project

 
 
 
 
Street Sex Workers in the UK: an analysis of service need and provision’ funded by U Turn Women’s Project 
 

This research examines how current policies affect the day to day lives of women and by doing so, find out what strategies and facilities women would find useful to either manage their lives better or to safely exit sex work.

 

Drawing on qualitative and participatory research methods this project interviews service users of charities in the UK, policy makers and law enforcement personnel. 

 

The results of the project will inform more responsive, service-user focused, local support services, and can also be used to lobby for broader structural and policy changes in the regulation of street sex workers.  (With Dr Monica Degen and Dr Elodie Marandet)

 

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A PDF copy of the Final Report can be found here:

© 2016 Susan Buckingham