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Register now for Integrated Water Management events in Melbourne

Register now for Integrated Water Management events in Melbourne

Clearwater, a leading capacity building program hosted and funded by Melbourne Water, is now accepting registrations for Integrated Water Management (IWM) events coming up in Melbourne this January and February.

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Course: Building a business case for water sensitive city projects and programs

Course: Building a business case for water sensitive city projects and programs

An innovative new course will be offered in early 2016 with the aim of building the capacity of urban water professionals to assess the costs and benefits of water sensitive city programs and to influence the processes in getting projects off the ground.

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from IWC!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from IWC!

As 2015 draws to an end, we reflect on a year that was indeed a special one for the International WaterCentre – marking 10 years of building global water leadership and capacity. But the year was filled with other remarkable highlights too...

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A strong partnership to facilitate WASH research activities in the Pacific

A strong partnership to facilitate WASH research activities in the Pacific

A collaborative partnership between the International WaterCentre (IWC) and Divine Word University (DWU) supports local research activities in Papua New Guinea for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects facilitated by IWC.

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IWC students experience community development issues first-hand in Thailand

IWC students experience community development issues first-hand in Thailand

Twelve students have recently returned from a 10-day field trip in Thailand, where the 'Community, livelihoods, development and water' module of IWC's Master of Integrated Water Management is delivered. This module is led by Dr Kanokwan Manoram from Ubon University. IWC Lecturer Dr Karen Benn and Education Officer Jennifer Ball also took part in the trip.

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Freshwater resource management course for Stanford University students

Freshwater resource management course for Stanford University students

In November, the International WaterCentre (IWC) and The University of Queensland (UQ) delivered a special freshwater resource management course for students from the prestigious Stanford University (USA).

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Register your interest now: Introduction to WASH for Development online course

Register your interest now: Introduction to WASH for Development online course

International WaterCentre's 10-week 'Introduction to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for Development' online training course is running again in March 2016. Express your interest in this highly interactive program now! Registrations will open on 21 December.

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International water-health expert speaks in Brisbane in a public seminar

International water-health expert speaks in Brisbane in a public seminar

World renowned expert in the water-health nexus, Professor Jamie Bartram, Director of The Water Institute at the University of North Carolina (USA), recently held a free public seminar in Brisbane on the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Masters students return from a week-long intensive in Perth

Masters students return from a week-long intensive in Perth

Nine Masters students (six part-time and three full-time), who chose the ‘Water, land and people’ specialisation stream, and IWC Education Assistant Shelley Okamoto have just returned from Perth (Western Australia) from a field trip which is part of the module 'Water and Agricultural Landscapes'.

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IWC Alumnus looks at wastewater treatment energy efficiency

IWC Alumnus looks at wastewater treatment energy efficiency

Murray Dancey, an IWC Master of Integrated Water Management Alumnus, recently co-authored an article on the results of a project benchmarking wastewater treatment plants in Australia. The technical paper has now been published in the November issue of the Australian Water Association (AWA) Water Journal.

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WASH in schools across the Pacific

WASH in schools across the Pacific

The International WaterCentre (IWC) is working with Live & Learn across four Pacific countries under the CS WASH funded sanitation marketing program. IWC’s Senior Project Officer, Declan Hearne, provides an update on the project.

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Last chance to submit your video for the Civil Society Innovation Award

Last chance to submit your video for the Civil Society Innovation Award

Less than 3 weeks to participate in the Civil Society Innovation Award competition for a chance to win a prize of AUD$10,000! Submit a video about your water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) innovation by 22 December.

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IWC Water Leadership Program is leading the field

IWC Water Leadership Program is leading the field

The International WaterCentre’s (IWC) award-winning Water Leadership Program is going from strength to strength: The 2015/16 course, the 5th running, has commenced on 1 December with all 25 places taken by water professionals from across Australia.

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Australian Awards Fellowships recipients from Nepal and Philippines visit Brisbane

Australian Awards Fellowships recipients from Nepal and Philippines visit Brisbane

International WaterCentre (IWC) recently hosted two groups of Australian Awards Fellowship (AAF) recipients from Nepal and the Philippines in Brisbane to develop leadership capacity and build partnerships and linkages with the Asia-Pacific region.

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IWES Sydney 2016

IWES Sydney 2016

IWES will be running an extensive program of 11 courses in water, wastewater and environmental management in Sydney from 15-19 February 2016.

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International WaterCentre Alumni Network (IWCAN) AGM and networking event

International WaterCentre Alumni Network (IWCAN) AGM and networking event

On 4 November 2015, IWCAN held its Annual General Meeting and networking event in Brisbane, which was well attended by more than 30 board members, alumni and current students from Brisbane, who connected with other participants from Melbourne, Canberra, France and the UK via Skype.

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Keynote speaker for WASH FUTURES 2016 conference confirmed

Keynote speaker for WASH FUTURES 2016 conference confirmed

World renowned water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) specialist Bruce Gordon from the World Health Organization (WHO) has been confirmed as keynote speaker at the WASH FUTURES conference in May 2016.

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IWC WASH project in the Pacific featured on ABC radio

IWC WASH project in the Pacific featured on ABC radio

Celebrating World Toilet Day, a water, sanitation and hygiene project in the Pacific, coordinated by the International WaterCentre (IWC), featured on 702 ABC Radio Sydney.

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Abundant Water launches crowdfunding platform to empower Nepalese women

Abundant Water launches crowdfunding platform to empower Nepalese women

Abundant Water is launching a crowdfunding campaign called ‘Stories of abundance’ to empower disadvantaged Nepalese women. The campaign will finance a 4-week program to bring Lao potters to Nepal to train local women in producing their own ceramic drinking water filters and creating local businesses.

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2016 AWA/IWA Young Water Professionals Conference

2016 AWA/IWA Young Water Professionals Conference

The Australian Water Association and International Water Association will present the fourth Young Water Professionals Conference in Sydney from 18-19 February 2016. Register now!

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