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Water Governance - Challenges from a Gender Perspective

Date: March 8, 2021
Location: Virtual

The UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Water Security in the FIU Institute of Environment and the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs discuss water security and governance as it relates to gender concerns with keynote speaker, Dr. Michela Miletto, and our team of expert panelists. As we celebrate and mark International Women’s Day, we are reminded of the importance of fostering gender diversity and meaningful participation by women in all forms of governance. This also holds true for water governance. The keynote address and panel discussion to follow will tackle this issue from a variety of perspectives and discuss solutions and policies that could address such deficiencies in governance.

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Dr. Michela MilettoDirector & Coordinator of the UNESCO World Water Assessment Program (WWAP)

Dr. Michela Miletto joined UNESCO in 2008 as Deputy Coordinator of the World Water Assessment Programme; since January 2021 she is the new Coordinator and Director of this UNESCO programme. She has been involved for over 20 years in the assessment, development and management of water resources, and also worked in geothermal energy and environment. Her working experience in technical assistance includes projects implementation in various regions.