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Short CV

Dr Dory Reeves MA BA (Hons) FRTPI
Principal Reeves and Associates
Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/dory-reeves/

Previous Positions held in last 10 years:

Professor of Planning, School of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

With experience in local government and the academy at Professorial level, I freelance with Reeves and Associates providing a range of independent research and capacity building services, grounded in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to ensure that cities work for everyone. As part of this work, I also examine PhDs and Masters theses.

I have undertaken work for a range of organisations; including the RTPI, Equality Commission for Northern Ireland, Strathclyde Passenger Transport, Scottish Funding, Council for Further and Higher Education, UN-Habitat.

BOOKS
Reeves, D. (2016). Management skills for effective planners: A practical guide.
London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from http://www.palgrave.com/

Reeves, D. (2005). Planning for Diversity: Policy and Planning in a World of Difference. London: Routledge.

Reeves, D., Brand, J., Fryer, J., & Dunn, M. (1999). Celebrating the role of women in the design of Glasgow. Glasgow, Scotland: University of Strathclyde,
Department of Environmental Planning.

The following reports for the Northern Ireland Equality Commission formed part of a larger review of Section 75 of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement Legislation:
Reeves, D. E. (2007). Audit of Compliance of public authorities in Northern Ireland. ECNI.
Reeves, D. E. (2007). Assessing the impact of Section 75 on individuals. ECNI.

Along with Christine Booth I co-authored the original Practice Advice Note PAN 12, entitled ‘Planning for Women’ Published by the RTPI in 1995. This was subsequently updated following revisions to the UK equality legislation:
Reeves, D. E., & Davis, L. (2007). Gender and Spatial Planning GPN 7. Royal Town Planning Institute.

Prior to this I was commissioned in 2005 to produce:
Good Practice Guide to Addressing Equality Legislation in Colleges and Universities:
Annex of Resources. Scottish Funding Council for Further and Higher Education.

Work for UN-Habitat included the following report:
Reeves, D. E., Parfitt, B., & Archer, C. (2012). Gender and urban planning: Issues and trends: Gender and Urban Planning (HS/050/12E). Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Human Settlements Programme. Retrieved from http://mirror.unhabitat.org/pmss/listItemDetails.aspx?publicationID=3351

Other publications:
Reeves, D. E. (2018). Leading Change: Moving on from the Ninth World Urban forum. NZPI Quarterly, 209(June), 30-35.
Reeves, D. and Knight-Lenihan, S. (2017) Habitat III and the New Urban Agenda, NZPI Quarterly, March, 4-11.
Reeves, D., Knight-Lenihan, S. J., & Mannakkara, S. (Eds.) (2016). A State of New Zealand report for UN Habitat III. Auckland: Urban Research Network, University of Auckland.
Reeves, D. E., & Zombori, E. (2016). Engendering cities: International perspectives from Aotearoa New Zealand. Town Planning Review, 87(5), 568-587. doi:10.3828/tpr.2016.37
Reeves, D. E. (2014). Putting women and gender in the frame — A consideration of gender in the Global Report on Human Settlement Planning Sustainable Cities 2009. Habitat International, 43, 293-298. doi:10.1016/j.habitatint.2014.04.003
Henry, L., Hucker, B., & Reeves, D. (2012). An immersion planning studio with an indigenous community in New Zealand: Case study. CEBE Transactions, 8(2), 63-88. Retrieved from http://cebe.cf.ac.uk/transactions/
Syam, A., Khan, A., & Reeves, D. (2012). Demographics do matter: An analysis of people’s travel behaviour of different ethnic groups in Auckland. In J. W. S. Longhurst, & C. A. Brebbia (Eds.), Urban transport XVIII: Urban transport and the environment in the 21st century (pp. 513-526). Southampton, UK: WIT Press. Retrieved from http://www.witpress.com/books/978-1-84564-580-9
Syam, A., Reeves, D., & Khan, A. (2011). The Effects of Cultural Dimension on People’s Perception about Security on Public Transport. In A. Pratelli, & C. A. Brebbia (Eds.), Urban Transport XVII: Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century (pp. 575-586). Southampton, UK: WIT Press.
Reeves, D. E. (2011). Cross-cultural Communication: A Critical Competence for Planners. Planning Practice and Research, 26(5), 597-613. doi:10.1080/02697459.2011.627006
Reeves, D. E. (2011). Planning in Asia Pacific Cities: The gender question. Development, 54(3), 407-412. doi:10.1057/dev.2011.57
De Groot, C., Parfitt, B., Reeves, D., & Waghorn, K. E. (2010). Demonstrating New Possibilities for Playful Collaboration: Claystation [Making Auckland]. JEBE The Journal for Education in the Built Environment, 5(2), 65-84. Retrieved from http://www.cebe.heacademy.ac.uk/jebe/pdf/CrisdeGroot5%282%29.pdf
Waghorn, K. E., Reeves, D. E., & Parfitt, B. (2010). Claystation [Making Auckland]. Auckland,New Zealand: Balasoglou Books
Reeves, D. E. (2006). Getting ready for the introduction of powerful gender equality duty. Planning, Sep (29), 24.
Reeves, D. E., & Greed, C. (2005). Gender into Strategic Urban Policy. Construction Management and Economics, 23, 1059-1070.
Reeves, D. E., & Olufemi. (2004). Life world strategies of women who find themselves homeless in South Africa. Planning Theory and Practice, 5(1), 332-341.
Reeves, D., & Burley, K. (2002). Public inquiries and development plans in England:
The role of planning aid. Planning Practice & Research, 17(4), 407-428. doi:10.1080/02697450216352
Reeves, D. (1997). Consultation and development plans: Preparation and implementation of the advisory group process. Community Development Journal, 32(4), 332-341. doi:10.1093/cdj/32.4.332
Reeves, D. (1995). Developing Effective Public Consultation: A review of Sheffield’s UDP process. Planning Practice & Research, 10(2), 199-214. doi:10.1080/02697459550036711

Work that I am developing 300 words

Along with colleague Lena Henry, we have been rolling out the Te Whaihanga training to increase the capacity of built environment professionals to engage with Maori and this does have a gender dimension. The materials are available: http://bit.ly/tewhaihanga. Further articles are in draft.

I am working with Mik Smellie community researcher to document semi-public spaces for use by city centre residents. The Google map can be accessed via INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/our.akl.map. The aim is to extend this work to provide information on gender friendly spaces and places.

I am a member of the Auckland place-making group which is gearing up for Place-Making Week this Oct 2019 in New Zealand.

I am a member of advisory the group for the project Dr. Caroline Shaw is leading on Gender and Cycling in New Zealand funded through the Lotteries Health Research (Grant number LHR-2017-69459). Articles are in draft.

I am hoping to be part of future research projects funded through the NZ government’s MBIE programme ‘Ageing Well’ to ensure a gender dimension is integrated.

I continue to seek funding to develop the Gender Assessment Tool for local government planners, co-authored with Eva Zombori, which was initially produced for CAP and tabled at WUF 10 in Naples. This is available through my Linked in page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dory-reeves/

In press

Reeves, D. (due 2019 ) Gender in Planning Education, Gender Chapter United States, United  Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, in – International Handbook of Planning Education, by Nancey Green Leigh (Editor), Steven P French (Editor), Subhrajit Guhathakurta (Editor), Routledge.

Reeves, D., Fairey, J.,  Kake, J., McInnes, E., Zombori, E.  (due 2019) Gendering the design of cities in Aotearoa New Zealand Are we there yet? In: Engendering Cities. Designing Sustainable Urban Spaces for All, Edited by: Inés Sánchez de Madariaga, Michael Neuman and Sonia De Gregorio Hurtado.

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