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18. Social Inclusion in Water and Development Projects

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Led by: Dr Helen Johnson, The University of Queensland

About the course

This course examines how and why competent strategies to enhance social inclusion can benefit water and development projects. It provides exercises and case studies to develop a knowledge base and ‘tool kit’ of practical actions that enables participants to improve their delivery of water and development projects through stakeholder engagement and social inclusion.

The Benefits

By completing this course participants will have the skills and knowledge to:

  • Understand the benefits and challenges in water projects relating to the social inclusion of all relevant stakeholders and members of target communities
  • Reflect on how individual values are shaped
  • Recognise the potential for input by people often deemed irrelevant to project design.

Who should enrol?

The course is designed to enhance the skills of water professionals trained in social science and to provide transdisciplinary and multi-functional skills and knowledge to specialists with technical expertise.

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Vera Magazzeni
T +61 7 3014 0290

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