Gotong royong: unity and resilience in Makassar’s informal settlements amid a pandemic
(18 December 2020) The spirit of gotong royong is the inner voice that says, “whatever the challenge, as long as it is done together, it will feel lighter and possible.”
Capturing disability issues in transdisciplinary research
(3 December 2020) Indonesia has laws regarding people with disabilities, but the voices of people with different needs for water and sanitation are still limited.
World Toilet Day: a toilet for every RISE informal settlement household in Suva, Fiji
(19 November 2020) Dr Michaela Prescott from Monash University's Informal Cities Lab explains why all households having access to a toilet, and connecting all toilets to a wastewater treatment system is key to ensuring safe and healthy living environments for all.
Social inclusion meets water infrastructure design
(30 September 2020) For socially inclusive infrastructure design, training on gender, differently abled people, and discrimination is key – as is being guided by local experts.