RE: [sustran] GTZ on Why Transport Matters: the relationship between theMDGs, gender and transport
Sorry for the late reply. You will always find authors to the GTZ documents in the imprint. In the case of the GTZ MDG document is Fédéric Holm-Hadulla, with some other contributors directly from the GTZ transport sector. I have made our colleagues at GTZ in Germany will be aware of the gatnet discussion in order to receive feedback from the as well.
Carlos F. Pardo
De: sustran-discuss-bounces+carlos.pardo=sutp.org@... [mailto:sustran-discuss-bounces+carlos.pardo=sutp.org@...] En nombre de Eric Britton
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Asunto: [sustran] GTZ on Why Transport Matters: the relationship between theMDGs, gender and transport
Question on this to our GTZ, SUTP friends: Might we know who the authors of the gender section are. My thought is that they may be interested in our on-going review of the World Bank Transport Strategy, that you can follow via http://www.gatnet.net/. Thanks for letting us know. Eric Britton
From: Margaret Grieco [mailto:mg294@...]
Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2006 11:19 PM
To: Gender and Transport
Subject: [gatnet] GTZ on the relationship between the mdgs, gender and transport
Here's a document that is worth looking at if you have not met it
already. GTZ have threaded the arguments on gender, transport and the mdgs
together here for us. Perhaps we could alert the World Bank to the document:
Margaret Grieco, D.Phil.(Oxon.), MCIT
Professor of Transport and Society
Transport Research Institute, Napier University,
Sighthill Campus, Edinburgh EH11 4BN
web site: http://www.geocities.com/transport_and_society