Module 1: Why Gender and Transport?
1.5. Selected Resources
See Module 6 for a complete listing of gender and transport resources
organized by type of resource and issues. The list below includes resources
on topics presented in this module.
and Transport: A Rationale for Action . World Bank,1999.
and Equality. World Bank, 2002
and Transport in Less Developed Countries, Deike Peters
for UNED. Background Paper for Expert Workshop on Gender Perspectives
for the Earth Summit. 2001.
Equality and the Millennieum Development Goals. World
and Transport: A Strategy for Africa. Elizabeth Rankin.
World Bank, 1999.
Gender in the Transport Sector: from Rhetoric to Practice.
IFRTD Forum News. January, 2004.
and Urban Transport. ENERGIA News. August, 1998.
Gender Mainstreaming Tool Kit. Section 1 and Section
2 European Commission, 2004.
and Youth. M. Grieco. Transport and Society web site.
and Transport in Africa: A neglected issue. M. Grieco.
Paper presented at N. Texas University, 2001.
Transport Solutions: Lessons from the Spread of Intermediate Means
of Transport. Paul Starkey. SSATP Working Paper 56,
Transport Matters: Contributions of the Transport Sector Towards Achieving
the Millennium Development Goals ,
GTZ for German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Development Goals Report. UN. 2005.
Health & Transport: A need for action. Jeff Turner
and Margaret Grieco. March 2006.
and HIV/AIDS: Transport Sector Joins the Fight. IFRTD
Forum. April, 2004.
Girls, HIV/AIDS and the World of Work. ILO AIDS Brief.
and Transport in Africa: A Framework for Meeting the Challenge.
World Bank, 2003.
to Improve Road Safety: Community Participation in Traffic Safety.
Transport Safety. In Cities on the Move: Urban Transport Strategy
Review. World Bank, 2004.