PROJECT: THE WOMEN IN WATER DIPLOMACY NETWORK IN THE NILENetwork resources
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- Women Transforming Conflict: A Quantitative Analysis of Female Peacemaking: This study employs a quantitative analysis to test this question on 156 peace agreements using binary logistic regression on thirteen models measuring peace at three different points in time.
- The Role of Women in Transboundary Water Dispute Resolution: Within decision-driven organisations that address water management and conflict mediation, there is much to be learnt about the role of women.
- Thesis on (In)visible women: Representation and Conceptualization of Gender in Water Governance and Management: The author examines the representation of women and the conceptualization of gender in water governance organizations.
- Check list to set up your LinkedIn profile (PDF): What to focus on when setting up or creating your profile on LinkedIn? This check list will help you get started.
- World Health Organization Gender Assessment Tool (PDF): The Gender Assessment Tool (GAT) is comprised of critical questions, as in gender analysis. The GAT helps determine the gender-responsiveness of a policy or programme.
- Guide to Gender Mainstreaming in Water Governance in Central Asia: The OCEEA has developed this guide to gender mainstreaming in water governance in Central Asia for the benefit of water practitioners in the region. (In English and Russian)
- Mainstreaming Gender in Water Operations (PDF): The objective of this toolkit is to provide task teams with guidance to improve gender mainstreaming in project design, implementation, and evaluation.
- Course on Gender Mainstreaming in Water Governance: This course presents how to incorporate a gender perspective in the management of water resources and how to integrate a gender lens in projects and organizations focusing on water governance.
- Indicators for gender equality and women empowerment (PDF)
- (En)Gendering Transboundary Water Governance: Feminist Perspectives on Water Conflict and Cooperation