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The Water Justice Hub’s mission is to respond to water injustice and promote both ‘voice’ and truth-telling in relation to water. While the Hub will have a primary focus on Australia, especially justice for First Peoples, it will also respond to the global challenges of delivering ‘water for all’ or Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6.

The Hub brings together several initiatives. In terms of activities, the Hub will support mentoring of First Peoples water researchers and seek to leverage multiple funding sources (including philanthropic) to support a centre of excellence. The Hub would link to global water networks, such as (but not limited to) the UNESCO Water Chairs, Global Water Forum, and the Geneva Actions on Human Water Security.

Beyond its capacity building and support for the voices of communities on water, the Hub will also be a centre for water justice research. A five-year Australian Research Council funded research program began on 1 July 2020 on water justice, water valuation and resilient decision-making. In terms of its research activities, the Hub plans to work closely with the newly-established, National Institute Grant-funded, Institute for Water Futures, at the Australian National University.

Works in this collection of ANU Open Research are made available under a Non-Exclusive Distribution License. Copyright the author/authors.

Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 6 of 6

Protocols for systematic selection of articles for water justice systematic review

Author(s)Fanaian, Safa
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published24-Jan-2024
Date Created-
2023 Menindee Mass Fish Kill - How it happened - reduced.pdf.jpg

2023 Menindee Mass Fish Kill, How it happened. A desktop investigation unravelling the operational decisions that preceded the death of 20 million fish

Author(s)Williams, Megan; Schulz, Dan
TypeReport (Research)
Date Published11-Apr-2023
Date Created-

The What, Why and How of the World Water Crisis: Global Commission on the Economics of Water Phase 1 Review and Findings

Author(s)Grafton, Quentin; Gupta, Joyeeta; Revi, Aromar, et al
TypeReport (Research)
Date Published2023
Date Created-
IWR Report_FINAL_2022_WJH_MFRC.pdf.jpg

Indigenous water reserves in Australia: 2022 policy brief, version 1.0

Author(s)Taylor, Katherine Selena; Poelina, Anne; Nikolakis, William, et al
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date PublishedNov-2022
Date Created-
AOM Perceptions of smallhoder Tanzanian irrigators on water equity and e....pdf.jpg

Perceptions of Tanzanian smallholder irrigators on impact pathways between water equity and socio-economic inequalities

Author(s)Manero, Ana; Wheeler, Sarah
TypeJournal article
Date Published16-Feb-2021
Date Created-
Law versus justice the Strategic Aboriginal Water Reserve in the Northern Territory Australia.pdf.jpg

Law versus justice: the Strategic Aboriginal Water Reserve in the Northern Territory, Australia

Author(s)Nikolakis, William; Grafton, Quentin
TypeJournal article
Date Published24-Feb-2021
Date Created-

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