A new IDS Bulletin, published on 2 March, will focus on STEPS work on water and sanitation. Entitled “Some for All? Pathways and Politics Since New Delhi 1990”, it brings together papers from participants at our 2011 Water Symposium, including Barbara Frost, Gourisankar Ghosh and Kamal Kar.

A selection of papers from the Bulletin will be available to view online, for free, for one month from March 2.

We will be launching the Bulletin at the World Water Forum in Marseille with a side event on Thursday 15 March at 7.15pm focusing on wellbeing and equity in water and sanitation. The event will be held at PC 14 – Patio 4, Palais des Congrès (Level 1).

Jeremy Allouche, Lyla Metha and Alan Nicol from the STEPS Centre will talk about the Bulletin, and why they wanted to revisit ‘Some for All’, followed by a panel discussion and an audience debate. Drinks and nibbles will be available. So if you are going to be at the WWF in Marseille, do come along and join us.