I ask this group the following.
(1) Is it possible for men and male-dominated decision fora and processes in general to plan and implement efficient and fair mobility policy and practice for women and girls?
(2) Are the planning and decision fora in Penang largely dominated at present by males?
(3) In your view should women and women’s group organize to support a state-wide movement to full gender parity in the transport sector? Starting on Monday morning?
(Please share your thought, including on the COMMENT link here.)
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