Denise Gilmore
Denise Gilmore Senior Director of the Division Of Social Justice and Racial Equity City of Birmingham Birmingham (Alabama), United States of America

Biography

Denise E. Gilmore serves as Senior Director, Division of Social Justice and Racial Equity in the Office of Mayor Randall L. Woodfin in the City of Birmingham. She leads the Division comprised of the Office of Social Justice and Racial Equity, LGBTQ+ Affairs, Cultural Preservation, Faith-Based Initiatives, Immigrant Affairs, Re-Entry, Policy and Special Initiatives.

Sessions

Save to calendar 16-11-2021 14:00 16-11-2021 14:45 Europe/Madrid Equitable Cities for an Inclusive World

The COVID-19 pandemic did not affect all of society equally. In many cities around the world, the disparities in outcomes between income and ethnic groups highlighted the long-standing divides in urban society. As global recognition of the problems rose, so to did promises of a new, more equitable future. How can cities eliminate long-standing inequities, and what roles do different sectors of society play?

You can join this Online session here.

 
Expo Area – City Possible Plaza
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 14:00 16-11-2021 14:45 Europe/Madrid Equitable Cities for an Inclusive World

The COVID-19 pandemic did not affect all of society equally. In many cities around the world, the disparities in outcomes between income and ethnic groups highlighted the long-standing divides in urban society. As global recognition of the problems rose, so to did promises of a new, more equitable future. How can cities eliminate long-standing inequities, and what roles do different sectors of society play?

You can join this Online session here.

www.tomorrow.city – City Possible Channel
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 17:02 17-11-2021 17:14 Europe/Madrid Women’s Rights and the City

Ensuring egalitarian cities is essential for safer and more efficient cities. Rebuilding the cities in a more feminist perspective can help mitigate the effects of the economic and health crisis caused by the pandemic. What is “feminist urbanism” and why is so important? How can cities make true change for equality? How do we build cities that are safer for women? are some of the main questions that will be addressed during this conversation.

www.tomorrow.city – SCEWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 12:00 18-11-2021 13:30 Europe/Madrid Meeting Urban Safety Challenges

Urban safety includes both the objective problem of safety and the subjective individual or collective sense of safety. Digital technologies may contribute to improving both objective safety and the individual feeling, for example in the case of cybersecurity, surveillance or emergency response. But are the challenges of urban security related to the use of new technologies and civil rights or are we facing new situations of insecurity for specific groups?

Congress Area – SCEWC Room
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