Call for Abstracts: ‘This is Water, WASH and Climate: Stories from Practice’
Source: Water and WASH Futures
Date: April 9, 2021
We are pleased to open the Call for Abstracts for the Water, WASH and Climate virtual symposium. Abstracts are invited for "Story Hosts" – water and WASH professionals interested in sharing their experiences relating to water management, WASH and climate change during a dedicated session: 'This is Water, WASH and Climate: Stories from Practice'.The "stories" are an opportunity to discuss your recent work – new projects, policies, or emerging situations – with the aid of audio-visuals such as photos, videos, and verbal presentations.
Abstracts for Water, WASH & Climate: Stories from PracticeWe are now inviting abstracts for a two-hour session entitled 'This is Water & WASH Climate: Stories from Practice', to encourage wide sharing of experiences from policy and practice. We encourage anyone active in water management or WASH from any sector, working in a resource constrained environment (such as developing countries, or remote or challenging areas), interested to discuss their work or situation to submit an abstract. In particular we encourage stories that share:
- Practices and policies operating at a diversity of scales – from local community to national level actions
- Emerging practices and/or research about approaches to improving water management and/or WASH in relation to climate change
- Community experiences of climate change relating to water management or WASH systems.
Submit an abstract
Please ensure you have the following complete:
- A form identifying Story title, keywords, location of story, author and host (presenter) information.
- A brief description of the topic/story to be shared (maximum word count: 200 words.
- A 30-60 sec video submission describing briefly the topic of the story and why you would like to share this at an international symposium, Please save the video with your first and last name, e.g. Smith_John
- Abstract submission deadline: Midnight (AEST) 15 April 2022
The Committee and Secretariat will review abstracts and advise the outcome by 15 May 2022.