WOMEN AND MOBILITY - GENDER ASPECTS OF THE WOMEN DAILY MOVEMENT
The present report studies the gender characteristics of daily mobility, the choice of means of transportation and what motivates this choice, gender barriers to specific mobility means, the impact of gender and mobility barriers, challenges on gender equality and transport policy in the country.
This study is the first in Georgia that studies the gender characteristics of mobility. On the one hand, the research will help to start discussions around this issue, identify the needs of women in terms of mobility, and, on the other hand, the research recommendations and findings will be an important contribution to the transport and infrastructure policy planning process.
The study “Women and Mobility – Gender aspects of the women daily movement” was conducted by the Office of the Public Defender of Georgia, with the support of the regional program ‘Sustainable Urban Mobility in the South Caucasus’ (Mobility4Cities) funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and implemented by the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ).