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File DECLARATION; Dynamic cities need women, 2007
Final declaration of the International forum: Dynamic cities need women, Brussels december 2007.
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An interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development.
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UN Women is the United Nations organization dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women. This website tracks progress of gender equality within legal systems.
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UN-Water has created a portal to view maps, tables, and charts on indicators, at either country or global level, as well as additional geographic information. Selected indicators from the UN-Water Task Force on Indicators, Monitoring and Reporting are displayed.
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Gender roles are critical to success of Water for African Cities programme
By Ms. Jeanne Bushayija, GWA-UNHabitat Francophone Programme Coordinator, Source Bulletin May 2008
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water / Articles in Source Bulletin
Gender, water and integrity – first outcomes of e-conference
Source Bulletin August 2007
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water / Articles in Source Bulletin
Gender, Water and Integrity
This conference ran from 26 March to 13 May 2007 in English and Spanish and discussed the following three topics: 1. Corruption in the water sectors: different impact on women and men, and different integrity practices. 2. Good practices of breaking with corruption in the water sectors, cases. 3. Suggestions and strategies for formulating a policy paper on Gender, Water and Integrity. The background paper, intorduction to the three topics as well as a summary of the discussion of every topic can be found here.
Located in GWA Activities / Knowledge sharing / e - conferences
File Report on the Second Workshop on Gender, Water and Equity. April 2009, Mumbai, India
Within the framework of the Crossing Boundaries: Regional Capacity Building on IWRM and Gender & Water Project, GWA was again one of the contributors to the second workshop on Gender, Water and Equity which was held from 27 April -1 May 2009 at the Kalina Campus in Mumbai. A total of 20 participants from India and Nepal participated in the training. Apart from a detailed description of the individual training sessions, exercises, and evaluation experiences, the report features the account of a fascinating plenary on gender, water and sanitation issues in urban slums, which took place after the field visit of the participants to an urban slum in Mumbai.
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building / Training workshops
GWA at International Conference on Water Resources Policy in South Asia, 2008
Located in GWA Activities / International and global profile
Expert Group Meeting Report: Gender-disaggregated Data on Water and Sanitation, 2008
Located in GWA Activities / International and global profile
Realisatie door Four Digits op basis van Plone.