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06.03.2020 - 15.03.2020
To celebrate the International Women Day, RWSN LNOB group would like to host an E-Discussion between 6 and 15 March on how inequalities between men and women manifest itself in the context of Rural Water Supply. We intend to summarize the contribution to the E-discussion in a blog on RWSN website, mentioning the contributor (unless requested not to).
25 years after adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1995), UN-Women executive director reports that no country has achieved equality for women and girls and significant levels of inequality between women and men persist. Critical areas of insufficient progress include access to decent work and closing the gender pay gap; rebalancing of the care workload; ending violence against women; reducing maternal mortality and realizing sexual and reproductive health and rights; and participation in power and decision-making at all levels.
We are looking for a very wide participation from women and men, civil societies, private sector, engineers, local governments, national governments, NGOs and funding organizations so please let people know about this. We hope to use the E-discussion as an opportunity to bring different perspectives and discuss what has worked and NOT worked in reducing inequalities between women and men in the context of rural water supply.
We would like to hear from you:
1. What are the major discrimination/barriers women and girls face to access and use rural water supply in your context or based on your experience? How is their experience different from men and boys?
2. What are the major discrimination/barriers women face to participate in decision making related to rural water supply at different levels (household, community, work (paid and unpaid), local and national government, etc.) in your context or based on your experience? How is their experience different from men and boys?
3. Whether/how women and men experience (paid and unpaid) work in rural water supply sector differently in your context or based on your experience?
4. How do you see the power dynamics in rural water sector in your context or based on your experience?
5. How other aspects of their identity i.e. age, disability, economic status, education, migration, religion, cast, ethnicity, marital status, sexuality, etc. increase or decrease the way they experience the discrimination?
6. What has worked and/or NOT work in your context in removing barriers/reducing discrimination women and girls face in context of rural water supply?
The E-discussion is open to anyone who registers on https://dgroups.org/rwsn/equality_rwsn. If you are not a member of RWSN LNOB group, but are interested in the topic, we also encourage you to join. If you have problems joining, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To participate in this E-discussion you can simply reply to this email or send an email to email@example.com and answer one or more of the above questions. Please be specific in your responses about the context you are referring to and whether it is your own experience of feeling discriminated and/or based on your observations from work, study, research, etc.
We realize that some of the issues raised in this discussion are very delicate. If you would like to share your insights, but are not comfortable with this being attributed to your name, please send an email directly to the thematic facilitator, firstname.lastname@example.org. She will assist you to make your submission in confidence.
06.04.2020 - 26.04.2020
Pose your questions to public health and water experts and exchange your experiences on how to address the crisis. The three weeks e-discussion will be hosted by the Water Institute of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina (UNC). We hope the exchange will support you in your response to the current crisis.
Répondre à la crise COVID-19 actuelle: questions, ressources et implications pour l'approvisionnement en eau en milieu rural au niveau opérationnel.
Posez vos questions à des experts de la santé publique et de l'eau, et échangez vos expériences sur la manière de faire face à la crise. La discussion en ligne de trois semaines sera organisée par le Water Institute of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina (UNC). Nous espérons que l'échange vous soutiendra dans votre réponse à la crise actuelle.
Respuesta a la crisis actual del COVID-19: preguntas, recursos e implicaciones para el suministro de agua en zonas rurales a nivel operacional.
Haga sus preguntas a expertos en salud pública y agua, e intercambie sus experiencias sobre cómo abordar la crisis. La discusión electrónica de tres semanas será organizada por el Water Institute of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina (UNC). Esperamos que el intercambio lo apoye en su respuesta a la crisis actual.
07.09.2020 - 10.09.2020
The WEDC International Conference is a comprehensive and interactive learning event, which historically has provided continued professional development for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector professionals. We are delighted to announce that the 42nd WEDC International Conference will take place at Loughborough University from 7-10th September 2020.
05.10.2020 - 09.10.2020
The Water and Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy, organized by The Water Institute at UNC, considers drinking water supply, sanitation, hygiene and water resources in both the developing and developed worlds with a strong public health emphasis.
The Water and Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy, organized by the Water Institute at UNC explores drinking water supply, sanitation, hygiene and water resources in both the developing and developed worlds with a strong public health emphasis.
Abstract & proposal submission deadline is April 20, 2020