Whilst women’s participation has increased in recent years, the participation in high-level processes remains at a staggering 2 %. The study consists of a comparative case study on decision-making from a gendered perspective and examines three different basins: the Nile basin (North-eastern Africa), the Rhine basin (Europe) and Chu-Talas basin (Central Asia).
- Maria Vink, Director of Transboundary Water Management at SIWI
- Alexandra Said, Programme Officer at SIWI
- Jennifer Sehring, Senior Lecturer in Water Governance and Diplomacy at IHE Delft
- Rozemarijn ter Horst, Lecturer in Water Diplomacy at IHE Delft
The objectives of the study are to asses:
- If and how gender indeed impacts decision-making;
- Which effects women’s participation in decision-making have for water cooperation and conflict prevention; and
- How to effectively strengthen inclusive high-level decision-making.
For more information about the programme and how to register please visit the website.
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