Welcome to the website of wH2O: The Journal of Gender & Water.
Issue #3 is on its way! The wH2O Management team and Editorial Board is hard at work to put together the next issue of the journal. Mark your calendars – tentative release date is November 15th, 2013!
Want to re-live the highlights of the 6th Annual Philadelphia Global Water Initiative Conference on Gender and Water: Leading Beyond the Burden? The proceedings report is now available for downloads. Read it here!
We are thrilled to announce that the 6th Annual Philadelphia Global Water Initiative Conference on Gender and Water: Leading Beyond the Burden, held at The Wharton School on April 9th 2013, was a complete success. wH2O is proud to have been a co-sponsor and would like to extend many thanks to all the organisers, speakers and volunteers for their excellent work.
The second issue of the journal has been published! It is currently in a limited print edition at the University of Pennsylvania. It is also available for online reading here. Individual papers will be available shortly for download.
We would like to thank our board, editors, authors and everyone else who has been involved in producing the second issue. If you would like a print copy mailed to you for a suggested donation of $40, please contact us as email@example.com.
We are accepting submissions until May 15, 2013 for Vol. 3. No 1. which will be published in Fall 2013. If you are interested in joining the initiative as a board member or as an editor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click “Submit” to learn more about what types of pieces we accept and publish.
The first issue is live! Click to read. You can download individual papers or the whole journal. You can comment on any paper or the journal by going to the bottom of a page and leaving a comment. If you have a response to one of the journal articles that you would like to submit for the next issue, please submit it to email@example.com with the header “Article Response”.
Check out our Blog here! The blog features what’s happening in gender & water, and what we’re doing and where we’re doing it. Blog submissions are accepted on a rolling basis: please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.