This workshop served as an introduction and overview to the concepts of women’s leadership in river governance, as laid out in the released report, State of Knowledge: Women and Rivers in the Mekong Region. This study was recommended by Congress participants in 2019. It recognizes and values women’s knowledge of their rivers and resources, and explores how to bridge the divide between academic, economic and science-based knowledge and that of local riverine communities. We heard directly from the authors of the report about their research and findings, followed by reflections from a panel of women leaders in river governance issues.
Friday, July 3, 2020 1:00 am - 3:00 am Online