Exhibition on Women, Water and Work is finally live at: www.womenwaterwork.org. The exhibition has been divided into three ‘categories’ – women’s unpaid domestic work in fetching, collecting and storing water as part of the care economy, her productive role in agriculture and other livelihood opportunities which depend on water and her increasingly important role in community water governance. There are some amazing contributions from individuals and organisations – photographs, poems, prose – and we are still open to receiving new contributions till December 2019 at livingwatersmuseum@gmail.com.

Sara Ahmed participated in the 3rd annual meeting of the Global Network of Water Museums at the University of Valencia, Spain (June 11-15). All network members were honoured to sign their Constitutive Charter at the weekly public meeting of the famous Water Tribunal, an ancient system of resolving water conflicts that has been recognised as an intangible heritage by UNESCO.