On Friday 16 August Rehana facilitated a fishbowl conversation on the “The Struggle to be Ordinary” – a documentary aimed at raising the issues faced by women living with disabilities in informal settlements as regards sanitation. The event was hosted by SERI – The socio-economic rights institute in conjunction with South African Cities Network, the National Upgrading Support Programme and Constitution Hill. The conversation between representatives of government, the film maker, community members, research institutes and rights based organizations was generative and an important start to changing the conditions in informal settlements. It will however need to move from talk to implementation.