The STEPS Centre’s Water and Sanitation Symposium on 22-23 March is entitled “Some for All? Pathways and Politics in Water and Sanitation since New Delhi, 1990”.
We’ll be looking at the political economy and politics of water and sanitation in the 21 years since the publication of “Some for all rather than more for some” (aka the New Delhi Statement).
Keynote and plenary speakers will include Gourishankar Ghosh, Jon Lane, Erik Swyngedouw and James Winpenny.
If you’d like to present a paper addressing the themes of the symposium (or simply attend the event), please send an email with a short abstract (maximum 1 page) to N.Vernon@ids.ac.uk by 14th February.