Vienna prioritises gender-sensitive considerations in its thoughtfully designed public spaces, Austria, 19 October 2018.
Eva Kail

Eva Kail is a gender planning expert at the City of Vienna. She organised the “Who Owns Public Space? Women’s Everyday Life in the City” exhibition in 1991, which renewed public discourse on gender-inclusive urban design. She was the first head of Vienna’s Women’s Office and later established the Coordination Office, whose remit was designed to rethink urban design from the perspective of women. She studied Urban and Regional Planning at the Technical University of Vienna.