Fair Water? An exhibition of the inequality below the surface at Oxford's Natural History Museum

December 16, 2023

The global problems around water scarcity and quality are brought to life by the accessible and interactive exhibition and visitors can learn about the global barriers to water equality. It is an immersive journey along a river from source to mouth, and reveals the inequality below the surface through research, art and interactive installations. It shows how research, undertaken with governments, UNICEF and NGOs can tackle these difficult challenges to benefit everyone’. One display demonstrates the massive impact of water insecurity on women, with collecting water being ‘women’s work’ in many countries around the world. The Fair Water exhibition runs until September 2024.

The source of this news is from University of Oxford