The holistic methogological framework for the assessment of non-conventional water resources was presented by UNIBO partner on 27th of January 2020 in Plotina Final Conference, in Bologna Italy. Plotina is a European programme funded by the Horizon 2020 of the European Union, which promotes the gender balance and equal opportunities for minority groups in EU countries, and especially in research and academic areas.
FIT4REUSE focuses on providing conditions for a regular water supply in agriculture, one of the most important sectors for the human society. FIT4REUSE places a high value on equal opportunities for everyone independent of gender, age, race or other characteristics to have access to regular, sustainable water supply and benefit from the healthy and sustainable food production, as a result of reusing treated non-conventional water resources with innovative technological solutions. The project expands across 7 Mediterranean countries, Italy, Spain, France, Greece, Israel, Tunisia and Turkey with different cultural, geographical and socioeconomic characteristics, technological developments and water democracy. Water Reuse Forums and Water Reuse Days are participatory activities that will enable the collaboration and exchange of opinions among different societal actors, and will give prominence to important societal values and needs. In all aspects of the project, the participation of women and ethnic minorities is encouraged.