The loneliness of the long-distance runner: Long-term feminist planning initiatives in London, Melbourne, Montréal and Toronto
Planning Theory and Practice | Published : 2007
This article develops a framework to evaluate organizational longevity, change and success amongst feminist planning initiatives. It takes a comparative approach, reviewing the histories of four long-lived planning organizations, based in Toronto, Melbourne, Montréal and London. It investigates questions of how feminist planning organizations survive and thrive over the long haul, how they replenish membership and leadership, and how success and limitations can be comparatively analysed.