Towards inclusive design of WASH infrastructure in informal settlements
On 24 June 2022, RISE held a global launch of a toolkit and policy brief on how to use participatory design to make water and sanitation infrastructure more inclusive and fairer. You can see the recording here. [00:00 Introduction / 09:20 Profesor Rebekah Brown, Program Director of RISE / 17:38 Ibu Fadiah Machmud, Chairwoman Child Protection Institute South Sulawesi, Indonesia / 29:28 Ms Shilreen Ali, Pacific Gender and Inclusion Senior Advisor, CARE Australia, Fiji / 34:28 Jamie Ewert, Mainstreaming leader, Water Sensitive Cities Australia / 40:20 Dr Dasha Moschonas, toolkit co-author / 48:37 Q&A]
POLICY BRIEFPrescott et al. (2022) Promoting Inclusive Participatory Design of Water and Sanitation Infrastructure in Urban Informal Settlements: 4 steps to improve project design and implementation. Monash University, Emory University, Universitas Hasanuddin and University of the South Pacific.
RESEARCH PAPERFrancis et al. Key elements of an intersectional gender and socially inclusive community engagement and participatory design approach in the RISE program in Makassar, Indonesia and Suva, Fiji.
RESEARCH PAPERSalinger et al. “People are now working together for a common good”: The effect on social capital of participatory design for community-level sanitation infrastructure in urban informal settlements.
Salinger, Allison. (2022) The relationship between participatory community engagement and social capital in the context of a water-sensitive cities intervention in urban informal settlements.
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PhD THESISSpasojevic, Daša. (2021) Entangled with Water: Participation and design of water and sanitation infrastructure in Indonesia. Monash University
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RESEARCH PAPERWolff, Erich, Matthew French, Noor Ilhamsyah, Mere Jane Sawailau, and Diego Ramírez-Lovering. (2021) Collaborating with communities: Citizen science flood monitoring in urban informal settlements. Urban Planning 6,4.