Opening ceremony: Welcome and introduction to the conference
Vania Ceccato, Maria Håkansson (KTH), Alice Marshall and Klara Folkesson (KTH) and Karin Svanberg (BRÅ).
Plenary session: The right to safe public places: Current trends & practices
Liz Kelly, London Metropolitan University, UK, Fiona Vera-Gray, Durham University, UK, Juma Assiago, The Safer Cities Programme at UN-Habitat.
Chair: Mahesh Nalla, Michigan State University, USA
Session: Ageing, disability and safety
Catherine Sundling, Vanessa Stjernborg, Roya Bamzar (see program of the conference for affiliation)
Karin Johansson and Johanna Aust, filmmaker, FlickFilm, Germany, Jenny Westerstrand, The National Organization for Women’s Shelters, Sweden.
Plenary session: Women and violence from a global perspective
Elisabeth Löfgren, UN Women National Committee, Sweden; Supreet Singh, The Safecity initiative, India.
Chair: Madeline Brozen, UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies, USA.
Plenary session: Women, violence and space
Vânia Ceccato, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Jenny Westerstrand, The national organization for women’s shelters, Sweden.
Chair: Carolyn Whitzman, The University of Melbourne, Australia.
Panel debate: Unsettling Conversation: The politics of fear and safety – dealing with uncertainties in planning
Panelists: Annika Kanyama, Jonathan Metzger, Erik Stenberg & Vânia Ceccato
Chair: Catharina Gabrielsson, Centre for a Sustainable Built Environment – CHS
Parallel session: Transit safety II: Los Angeles, London, Milan and São Paulo
Madeline Brozen, Reka Solymosi and Andrew Newton, Serena Favarin, Paula Santoro
Chair: Hugo d’Arbois de Jubainville, National Observatory Crime and Criminal Justice Responses (ONDRP), France.
Parallel session: Safety, gender and urban planning
Plenary session: Violence and the (in)tangible city: buildings, movement and people
Prof Katja Grillner starts the session and presents the KTH based FATALE.
Transit crime, the built environment and gender differences,
Prof Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, UCLA
USA Sexual harassment in public spaces in India: An analysis of perceptions of victims and self-reported offenders, Prof Mahesh Nalla, Michigan State University.
Final debate: Research agenda and policy. Final comments.