The STEPS Centre is holding an event at World Water Week in Stockholm this month, entitled Liquid Dynamics: Rethinking Sustainability in Water and Action.

Our side event examines the concept of ‘liquid dynamics’ – often neglected patterns of complexity and interaction between the social, technological and ecological dimensions of water and sanitation.

Presentations and discussions with Lyla Mehta and other members of the STEPS water team will draw on research in peri-urban areas and community-led total sanitation to address how alternative pathways can lead to pro-poor sustainability and social justice in relation to water and sanitation.

If you’re in Stockholm for WWW we would love to see you. The event runs from 13.15-14.15 on Friday 21 August – just after the closing plenary – in room K24.

And if you can’t be with us in Sweden, then do keep an eye here on The Crossing where we’ll be blogging from the event.