Happy New Year! Slow Streets would like to welcome you to the Women Mobility Survey and Twitter Chat!
Have you ever wondered if our city streets, mobility networks, and public spaces could be redesigned to enhance the wellbeing and safety of women and girls? We would like to share an important survey addressing this question. Prepared through a partnership of Slow Streets, Green Our Walls, UN Women-USNC LA with the support of Women in Cities International, this survey aims to evaluate the everyday experiences of women in public streets, public spaces and transit systems. The information you provide will help us design safer, more equitable cities for all.
The survey will be open until January 31th, 2018, and should take 5-10 minutes to complete. All answers will be kept strictly anonymous. If you share the survey link http://bit.ly/WomenMobilitySurvey with the hashtag #urbandesign4women on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, you will be entered for the chance to win a fabulous prize! Please share this survey freely. Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have about the survey.
We launch our survey with a Twitter Chat on Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 12pm @UNWomenLA with partners @SlowStreets and @GreenOurWalls and under the hashtag #UrbanDesign4Women. We look forward to your insights to the conversation.
Please feel free to help us get the word out about the survey and Twitter chat! Included below are tweet examples you could share with your followers.
We look forward to chatting with you!
Join @UNWomenLA @GreenOurWalls & @SlowStreet on Thursday January 11, 2018 for #urbandesign4women Twitter chat! Let’s discuss how we can make our communities safer for women and girls.
PARTICIPATE and SHARE the http://bit.ly/WomenMobilitySurvey. Follow @UNWomenLA twitter chat w/partners @GreenOurWalls @SlowStreets to discuss how we can make our communities safer for women and girls. #urbandesign4women
Did you know that you can win a fabulous prize and make a difference in our communities? Take and share this Women Mobility survey http://bit.ly/WomenMobilitySurvey #urbandesign4women