Webinar 3 - CPTED principles and the safety needs of LBQTI+ people in Poland and Sweden
From Jacob Hassler
In this webinar, we assess current models of public safety planning by casting light on the safety needs of LGBTQI people. Compared with other groups in society, relatively little is known about the safety conditions of LGBTQI people. Inspired by principles of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED), a conceptual framework is proposed to compare the safety conditions experienced by LGBTQI people captured by survey data from Poland and Sweden—two countries that reflect the extremes of the spectrum of LGBTQI ’s rights in Europe. We finalize the webinar by challenging the legacy of current planning public safety frameworks and suggesting a new research agenda.
Vania Ceccato - Professor at the Department of urban planning and environment, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
Emilia Bogacka - Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Human Geography and Planning, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland.