UNESCO-IHP is currently conducting an online survey on “Youth employment and unemployment in the water sector” with the objective of learning more about the employment challenges that affect youth and young professionals within the water sector. The results will inform water-related policy recommendations and programme activities of UNESCO.
This survey is open to anyone aged between 15 and 40, and involved in the water sector. Participation is voluntary and information provided will remain anonymous.Click here
to participate in the survey! Read More...
What do you look for when searching for best practices and case studies on water governance?
The OECD Water Governance Initiative is developing a database with local, basin, national and international practices to reach the standards behind the OECD Principles on Water Governance
. In doing so, it strives i) not to duplicate what already exists; ii) to be relevant to end users from a policy, decision-making and practitioner perspective; and iii) to be sufficiently pragmatic and accessible to serve the purpose at the least cost. For these reasons, they want to hear from you!
OECD invites you to fill in a short online survey of 10 questions
that should take no more than 10 minutes of your time by 9 November 2016
The survey seeks to scope the expectations and needs of our partner institutions, networks and stakeholders when searching for water governance practices. The results will shape the process
(of collecting practices), the content
(of practices) and the final output
(possible online format). Read More...
AGWA is seeking feedback from the practicing engineers within our network!
You are being invited to participate in a research study titled “Lifelong Learning for Engineers in Practice.” This study is being done by Mary DeJong and Wendy Holliday from Northern Arizona University.
The purpose of this research study is to investigate the information needs and practices of professional engineers.
Results will be used to help determine the most valuable resources for current and future engineering students at NAU and other universities nationwide. The researchers want to learn more about the information sources engineers use in their practice and which they find most valuable; how engineers locate information sources; and barriers to access to information.
Please click here to take this 5-minute survey
that benefits the next generation of engineers (or visit https://www5.nau.edu/selectsurvey/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=7lL14o70
). Your participation and responses will remain anonymous.
The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture is currently undertaking a study to better understand the ways in which institutions are integrating gender-sensitive approaches to climate change adaptation in the agricultural sector in Latin America
. The survey, implemented together with IFPRI and CCAFS, is part of the European Commission funded project IICA-EUROCLIMA, "Sustainable agriculture, Food Security, and Climate Change in Latin America", which seeks to strengthen capacity to integrate climate change adaptation and mitigation into regional and national public policy. Read More...