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Toilets and Cities: From NYC to Phnom Penh

  • 295 Lafayette Street New York, NY United States (map)

Spend your World Toilet Day listening to professionals in the sanitation space talk about urban toilets from both a domestic and international lens. You will have the opportunity to sit down with sanitation experts and discuss their work and outlook on urban sanitation - from access and human rights to urban planning and finance. Speakers will come from city government, international NGOs, academia, and multilateral agencies. 

Similar to speed dating, you will have the opportunity to change tables every 10-15 minutes, allowing you to speak personally to multiple panelists and gain a deeper understanding of the global sanitation challenges in urban settings.

Find more information here.

Hosted by NYU Wagner's International Public Service Association, NYU Stern's Social Impact and Sustainability Association, and FLUSH LLC.