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Around the world, on the 16th of November, the websites of citizens’ movements and NGOs are going dark. Why? As an act of protest and solidarity; protest against the diminishing possibilities for making your voice heard as an active citizen or organization and to come together or debate peaceably. And in solidarity with those who cannot speak.
A mapping study of social inclusive strategies and approaches in WASH programmes and projects of a selection of Dutch based and international organisations active in the WASH sector. The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DGIS) and Simavi (Watershed) invite you to join a side event with a report launch on social inclusion, contributing to the global WASH goals of Leaving No One Behind, the World Water Week theme for 2019.
Between October 2017 – March 2018, a study was conducted on national accountability mechanisms for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6. This research was led by partners and members of organisations including Coalition Eau, End Water Poverty, Watershed Empowering Citizens Consortium, the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) with the support of Sanitation and Water for All (SWA).
This July, the city of Amsterdam will host the 22nd International AIDS conference under the theme “Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges”, drawing attention to the need of rights-based approaches especially to reach key populations in regions where epidemics are growing. Held on the sidelines of the AIDS Conference, an interactive event hosted by Simavi & Human Rights Tattoo on July 25th 2018 will unite people and organizations that care about Human Rights, and specifically Sexual and Reproductive Rights (SRHR). Simavi & Human Rights Tattoo believe that SRHR are universal human rights that should be respected, protected and fulfilled.
Webinar 5 synopsis On July 11, 2018 Simavi and WSSCC hosted a panel discussion during the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, about “Putting Menstrual Health on the 2030 Agenda.” This event was the 5th of a live webinar series related to menstrual health management and was attended by over 100 in person and online participants. The event was moderated by Hilda Alberda, Director PMEL and Menstrual Health Expert at Simavi and featured Dr. Inga Winkler, Lecturer at the Institute for the Study of Human Rights at Columbia University, Irene Gai, Programme Coordinator at Kenya Water for Health, and Mahbuba Kumkum, Programme Manager Ritu at Simavi Bangladesh.