|19 June, 2012
Kate will present New Flows Research to the Water Wheel. If you would like to join, please follow the link http://water-wheel.net/taps/view/201
|30 April, 2012
||Guest lecturer, for the fourth consecutive year, for the Exploring Gender & Development course, part of the Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development at the Aust. National University|
|18 Feb., 2012
||Without households, water management is not integrated published in Water Practice and Technology Vol. 7, No. 1. |
|27 Jan., 2012
||Papers Water Diaries: A tool to change household water use behaviour and Potential impacts of slum urbanisation on channel bank storage in the Bang Pakong River, Thailand accepted to SIWW12 as poster presentations.|
|16 Jan., 2012
||Paper Water Diaries: a participatory sensitising method to collect household water use data accepted for review by the Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development.|
|18 Nov., 2011
||Article Thai companies keep their heads above water published in Global Water Intelligence pg 26.|
|14-16 Nov., 2011
||Kate Harriden participated in a Science in Communication Workshop run by the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science.|
Centre for the Public Awareness of Science.
| 20 June, 2011
||Kate Harriden named the steering committee coordinator for “Tapping the Turn”, a conference on water's social dimensions, to be held in Canberra Australia Nov 15 - 16, 2011 (tapping the turn). The steering committee members are Dr Fam (Institute of Sustainable Futures, UTS), Dr Graymore (Ballarat University), Dr Lahiri-Dutt (Resource Management Asia-Pacific Project, ANU), Ms Lopes (Uni. Western Sydney) and Dr Sofoulis (Centre for Cultural Research, UWS.|
| 17 June, 2011
||The organizers of the International Conference: Integrated Water Management held in Perth, Australia, in February submitted the conference paper, Without households, water management is not integrated, for review and inclusion in a special edition of IWA's Water Practice and Technology journal.|
| 13 May, 2011
||Articles submitted for final review to the International Journal of Water special edition, "The Effectiveness and Reform of Water Resource Research and Management".|
Special Edition Part A: Why Isn’t Water Research and Management Working?
Big Water needs ‘little’ people: improving water resource management by including households
Special Edition Part B: New Alternatives for Water Management and Research
Water Diaries: a sensitising approach to generating gender disaggregated household water use data.
| 3 March, 2011
||Forwarded contributing chapter for final review before publication in the forthcoming edited book “Managing a scarce water resource through reform, conservation and adaptation” Graymore et al (eds) Widcorp Publications.|
The Water Diary: a participatory household water use research method.