World Toilet Summit 2017

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World Toilet Summit Workshops


Two workshops are featured on Tuesday 21 November, from 3pm – 4.30pm. Delegates have a choice of which workshop they would like to attend or they can spend time discussing projects and opportunities in the exhibition hall. 

STREAM 1 - WORKSHOP #1 
ENABLE DEVELOPMENT INCLUSIVE SANITATION WORKSHOP 

Workshop 1Hosted by Engineers Without Borders & Enable Development

With close to 1 in 5 people globally identifying as having a disability it has become increasingly important to be equipped to engage with people with disability in a positive and inclusive way. 

Enable Development’s experienced trainers will use a series of interactive and hands on activities throughout the course of the workshop. Participants will be challenged and engaged with our specially built training tools. 
One of these tools is our Enabled Learning Kit, a highly thought provoking group activity that will get participants to think critically about accessibility and inclusion. Through this practical activity of constructing a toilet facility, participants will learn about high level disability concepts, such as the social model of disability, person centered practice, and inclusive designs.
                                
STREAM 2 - WORKSHOP #2
GUIDELINES FOR INTEGRATING GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE INTERVENTIONS IN EMERGENCIES WORKSHOP

Hosted by UNICEF 

Leisa Gibson will be hosting the workshop, with support from Aaron Moore (UNICEF Australia International Programs Manager WASH & Effectiveness). 

Leisa will be presenting a practical and active introduction to the IASC guidelines to prevent gender based violence (GBV) in WASH emergency settings. The workshop will take participants through the role that WASH field practitioners can take in preventing and responding to GBV, including gender responsive emergency programs; infrastructure, program and policy development; assessments analysis and planning; as well as a practical exercise to implement a GBV-responsive emergency WASH program. Participants should be familiar with their agency guidelines for WASH emergency response, so they may adapt and use these in the exercise. 

Ressources: 
- GBV Guidelines
- MHM emergencies toolkit 
                
STREAM 3 – EXHIBITOR MEET & GREET (EXHIBITION AREA)