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Media reports on international water negotiations often focus on “men in suits”. But, women’s roles in discussions at all levels should be highlighted because women can feel the impacts of water scarcity more sharply than men, say guests in the final episode of our three-part podcast series on water conflict and cooperation.
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Elzahra Jadallah, freelance multimedia and science journalist.
Fredrick Mugira, water and climate change journalist.
Alexandra Said, United Nations Environment Programme.
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