The Other Side of Gender - Sanitation, Men and Boys

To coincide with the release of a review on the involvement of men and boys in sanitation and hygiene programmes the CLTS Knowledge Hub are hosting a webinar on the other side of gender. Whilst discussions around gender in WASH (and elsewhere) often focus on the roles, positions or impacts on women and girls, this webinar will explore three questions with a specific focus on men and boys:

1. How many and boys can be more meaningfully engaged in the sanitation and hygiene process to achieve sustainable behaviour change and a new social norms?
2. What specific approaches and methods are needed and being used in different contexts to stop men and boys from practicing open defecation?
3. What are the power dynamics, relationships and roles and responsibilities within households and communities when it comes to sanitation and hygiene, and do how these impact on long term sustainability?

The webinar will begin with a presentation by lead author Dr Sue Cavill followed by a Q&A session.

Register for this free event here.

Organisation Date & time Duration Target audience Link Topic Region
Organisation CLTS Knowledge Hub Date & time Thursday, May 17, 2018 - 20:00 (AEST) Duration 1.5 hrs Target audience Link Topic Gender and Social Inclusion Region East Asia, Pacific, South and West Asia, Southern Africa

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Wish to listen in on the inclusion of men and boys in promotion of sanitation.
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