Infrastructure for work and community facilities must reflect the needs of all genders for equal participation and safe access.
  1. Workplaces, community organisations, and public facilities provide infrastructure (including toilets) that caters to the unique needs of all genders.
  2. Public facilities always provide safe access for all genders.
  3. Parental facilities are provided in public infrastructure that caters to the needs of parents of all genders and sexual orientations.


  1. Change planning laws so that they must consider the needs of both men and women and how decisions about infrastructure affect both men and women, including how safe they are.
  2. All federal, state, local, and organizational infrastructure decisions (where services are privately approved or contracted by the government) must be made following consultation with individuals of different genders.
  3. Balanced gender representation in the assessment of tenders for public infrastructure development.
  4. A gender lens is applied to all infrastructure spending.