Tony Slatyer interview — Part 2: the High-Level Panel on Water, its initiatives, and Sustainable Development Goal 6

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In a 20-minute follow-up to Part 1 of an interview with Tony Slatyer, he shares some recent updates on the High-Level Panel on Water (HLPW) that has taken place since. He highlights the opportunities for individual action and involvement with these priorities. Interview Topics Recent updates from the High-Level Panel on Water (HLPW) meeting in […]

The case for valuing water in the Philippines

In a Kini Interview from March this year, Karen Delfau and Huw Pohlner discussed the importance of valuing water, as well as the development of economic and policy frameworks developed by Aither for the Australian Water Partnership designed to improve resource governance.

Lessons from urban water reform: the Australian story

‘Governance reform’ is a catch phrase that is often used by water leaders as a panacea to fix the many ills afflicting a water sector. From a management perspective, reforms can be difficult to pin down and even more difficult to know where to start. In some ways, there’s no single correct starting point. The OCED principles for good water governance, while offering sound guidance, don’t necessarily help you to know how to get there. Another good starting place is to look at what someone else has done and learn from their experience.

Mekong Regional Forum on Gender Equality in Water Governance: Lao PDR

The Mekong Regional Forum on Gender Equality in Water Governance was held in Vientiane, Lao PDR on 13th – 15th September 2017. Oxfam and IUCN coordinated the Forum which was attended by government, private sector and NGO representatives from over five countries (Lao PDR, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam and others). The Australian Water Partnership supported the event by sending Melita Grant to present the recently published AWP report: Gender Equality and Goal 6: The Critical Connection. Here’s a summary of the important and inspiring Forum.

Mutual respect and listening

Listen to Huw’s insightful interview on valuing water as a framework for identifying water management priorities.

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