For its ongoing phase of research, SUMERNET has developed three guidelines for the research grantees on the key topics of gender, ethics and environment.
The gender guide shows how researchers can apply a gender and social equity lens in their research. The note provides guidance on how to analyse the way gender and social inequalities influence water insecurity.
Download the gender guidelines here
The ethics guide provides clarity to what that good ethical practice is and the six principles it includes; Integrity, Respect, Responsibility, Competence, Social Equity, And Ethical Balance.
Download the ethics guidelines here
The environmental guide shows how researchers can reduce their carbon footprint when participating at events with approaches like encouraging reduced air travel, organizing online meetings, and hosting events in ‘green’ venues such as hotels with an environmental policy, and reducing the use of plastic.
Download the environmental guidelines here
In this first episode of our "Research 4 All" podcast series, we talk with Dr. Sudarat Tuntivivat, a lecturer and researcher at Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok, about the various dimensions of conflict in water insecurity research.
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Louis Lebel from Chiang Mai University, SUMERNET Water Insecurity Advisor, about why we focus on water insecurity and the challenges for early-career researchers.
In this podcast episode, we talk with Dr. Le Thi Van Hue, SUMERNET Gender Equality Advisor, about gender perspectives and questions of intersectionality in water research.