JUSTICE

JUSTICE relies on the idea that intra-urban accessibility is genuinely not the same for everyone. Spatiotemporal, but also social, physical, and socio-cognitive inequalities arguably reinforce the intrinsically uneven nature of accessibility.

JUSTICE aims to combine accessibility modelling with qualitative approaches to properly consider those inequalities in an inclusive city strategy. The project focuses on four specific audiences suffering from accessibility gaps: disabled, blind- and visually impaired, elderly and socially underprivileged people. A participative approach involving stakeholders as well as NGO representatives will ensure the setting up of inclusive city policies.

Facts

Duration: 2021-2024
Contact: Alexis Conesa, LIVE, University of Strasbourg 
E-mail: conesa@unistra.fr
Budget: €1.096.557; Funding from EraNet call = €857.673
Partners: Collectif Accessibilité Wallonie Bruxelles – STIB, MIVB Laboratoire Image – Ville – Environnement, UMR CNRS 7362 – Konya Metropolitan Municipality – UC Louvain, CREAT – Université Libre de Bruxelles, IGEAT – Unité de Recheeche Sport et Sciences Sociales – Necmetin Erbakan Universitesi

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