Rwitee works as a data analyst to look at how gender and the built environment intersect in creating inequalities in public spaces. She guides the team at Safetipin with content development, data representation and intervention recommendations. Being an Architect and Urban Designer from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, her primary expertise lies on the subject of ‘gender and space’ and she has worked in varied capacities with women centric organisations and urban design practices in India. Currently, she is also a visiting faculty at her alma mater at the Post Graduate Urban Design Programme.
Courses taught by Rwitee Mandal
Welcome to the Urban Safety Masterclass INTRODUCTION Gendered urban spaces are essentially spaces of inequalities. While the design of our built environment does not by itself cause crimes, it does play a significant role in creating opportunities for them. Everyone, . . .