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Gendered Re-Framing of the Public Domain at Night | NSW

Amy Wilkins 鶹Ƶ (Assoc.)

This research undertaken by Amy re-examined an important issue facing women navigating our cities and towns especially at night. She examined the environmental conditions of the public domain and recommended how urban design and planning can better implement crime prevention initiatives to improve women's safety.

This research identified how the framework she developed could be implemented and transferrable to other settings. The project was an inspiring, easy to read, and timely piece of work. It was also a highly collaborative project, using multiple engagement techniques and methods which informed a forward-thinking visionary approach, recasting the CPTED framework. The judges considered this to be an outstanding tertiary student project