Webinar | Water Justice: recognising different needs and practices

30 April 2019
Hosted online

Water justice implies recognising social differences, social norms and practices that ultimately lead to inequalities in terms of access to and use of water and of water governance. Acknowledging the existing inequalities and heterogeneity within social groups is essential to develop tailored and fair water-related interventions and policies, and to ensure their implementation. This webinar will explore existing inequalities within social groups and how water-related interventions and policies should be developed to address those.


  • Dr Marina Korzenevica-Proud (University of Oxford);
  • Dr Dalmas Ochieng (University of Nairobi)
  • Dr Barbara van Koppen (IWMI)
  • Chair: Dr Maggie Opondo (University of Nairobi)

This webinar is hosted by the Rural Water Supply Network. 

Time: 13:30-14:45 UK time; 14:30-15:45 Central European time; 15:30-17:45 East African Time;

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Kelly Ann Naylor, Associate Director, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Section, Programme Division, UNICEF

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