Women, Water, Climate: Tackling the Challenges

GWP will be represented in a 2-day online conference on the topic of women, water and climate on 2-3 November. The event, which is free and open to everyone, is the culmination of a series of webinars led by Women for Water Partnership (WfWP), and its partners NetWwater (NWW) and Soroptimist International of the Southwest Pacific (SISWP). GWP is also one of the sponsors of the event.

2 November - Day 1 of the event features two case studies: "A Disaster in the Making: Illicit Sand Mining of Sri Lanka’s Rivers" and "Schools as Catalysts: Water Security in Sri Lankan Tea Estates", as well as a keynote speech by Dipak Gyawali, Former Minister of Water Resources of Nepal, followed by discussions.

Get the full details and register here.

3 November - Day 2 marks the end of the whole webinar series, which has run through the month of October, with reflections on case studies, lessons learned, and discussions on the way forward. GWP Senior Gender and Social Inclusion Specialist Liza Debevec will be one of the experts in this session.

"I'm looking forward to what promises to be an interesting and important event that highlights an important and still often overlooked or neglected aspect in the water sector discussions across the globe," says Debevec.

Get the full details and register here.