BOGOTA (Reuters) – Latin American women live in cities differently than men in the ways they use services and transportation, but their needs are often overlooked by male-run urban governments, experts say. Decisions on how money is spent and cities are planned are largely made by men, stifling women’s rights in the world’s most urbanised region, according to urban experts and women’s rights leaders at a conference on cities this week in Bogota. Women live in cities differently from men mainly due to their traditional roles caring for children, elderly relatives and the sick.
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