An odd but worthy reading list
Through the Neighbourlytics blog, I wrote What would a feminist neighbourhood look like?. In doing so, I collected lots of articles and read about loads of women in the industry. Below are the articles I read and a list of women you should know.
Articles to read
On growing vegetables in the city: how this could/is happen in a city, and some of the issues around why we don't already do this.
On childcare: The Wife Drought by Annabel Crabb - amongst a whole lot of other interesting ideas- it explores how access to childcare affects women who work more than men who work and how childcare is still an issue for working women.
On allowing and respecting indigenous voices in urban development: a discusion on the book "Planning for Coexistence? Recognizing Indigenous Rights Through Land-use Planning in Canada and Australia".
On free workout classes: in Mexico people just dance on the streets (link is in spanish).
On neighbourhood meals: the Welcome Dinner Project does this to help people who just got to Australia.