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Special Edition WIN News
- March 2018
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Happy International Women's Day 2018!


On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2018, WIN issues this statement on Gender and Water Integrity.

WIN’s commitment to gender issues and in particular women’s rights relates directly to its mission and the definition of water integrity. We aim for decision-making that is fair and inclusive, honest and transparent, accountable and free of corruption, with a pro-poor and pro-equity focus. Clearly, this calls for attention and action on the disadvantaged position of women around the globe. This statement intends to draw attention to the importance of the issue, by clarifying WIN’s view and reconfirming its commitment.
 
Read WIN's full Gender Statement here

WIN at the 8th World Water Forum


We look forward to seeing you at the World Water Forum in Brasilia from the 18th - 23rd of March! WIN team members and partners will be present and available to discuss integrity and good practices at the forum.
Find out more about all our sessions at WWF8

Upcoming Events


Webinar: Progress made in the collaboration between the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and the water sector to make the human right to water effective
15 March 2018
This webinar is co-organized by the Avina Foundation and WIN and includes contributing organisations such as SIWI, the World Resource Insitute and the OGP. Find out more details here.

World Water Day 2018
22 March 2018
WIN will anounce the winners of the WIN Photo Competition on World Water Day which focused on the theme: Where and How Does Money Flow in the Water Sector? Stay tuned!

Social Accountability Think Shop
27 March - 29 March 2018, Dar es Salam, Tanzania
This event will bring together practitioners, researchers and policy-makers to share lessons and insights, explore opportunities and plan for future collaboration to advance accountability for a water-secure future.

RWSN Webinar: Social Accountability
3 April 2018
WIN will present findings from the U4 study on Social Accountability which was conducted jointly with IWMI during this webinar hosted by the Rural Water Supply Netwok (RWSN)
Photo credits
1. © Avijit Bhakta, WIN photo competition 2017
2. © World Water Council
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