How to plan and implement an intersectional walk
Dr Gal Harmat, PhD is an educator specialising in the culture of peace, public spaces, and gender. She is currently teaching at the UN University for Peace and the Kibbutzim College of Education in Israel. Gal holds a PhD in Gender Analysis of Peace Education, and Dialogue Encounters from Nitra University, Slovakia and an MA in Gender and Peacebuilding from the UN-Mandated University for Peace, Costa Rica. In 2018 she was Georg Arnold Fellow, Visiting Research Professor at Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research in Braunschweig and published the book Intersectional Pedagogy with Routledge in 2020. Harmat facilitates training for the UN, OSCE and companies on intersectional gender strategies of inclusion. She is a fashionista who sees public space and art as educational texts. She researches intersectional gender representations and narratives in public urban spaces and directs The Generator, a social start-up offering complex peace and gender analysis in walking tours.