On June 20, USIP, the Environmental Law Institute and the Stockholm International Water Institute hosted a conversation on women’s leadership in water diplomacy. In honor of the second International Day of Women in Diplomacy, women water diplomats from around the world discussed water conflict sensitivities, shared lessons learned and enumerated paths forward for peace.
Kayly Ober, welcoming remarks
Senior Program Officer, Climate, Environment and Conflict, U.S. Institute of Peace
Henk W.J. Ovink, keynote address
Special Envoy for International Water Affairs, Kingdom of the Netherlands
Elizabeth A. Koch, moderator
Senior Manager for International Programs, Environmental Law Institute; Process Support Lead, Women in Water Diplomacy Network
Former Director General of the Kabul River Basin, Afghanistan
Former Chief Delegate and Permanent Representative for South Africa, Lesotho Highlands Water Commission
Assistant Secretary for Water and Science, U.S. Department of Interior
Director of Climate Security and Adaptation, National Security Council
Senior Advisor, Gender, Climate Change and Innovation, Secretary’s Office of Global Women’s Issues, Department of State
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/elevating-womens-leadership-effective-transboundary-water-cooperation
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