Resources

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Distance Learning Course "Droit international de l’eau douce" between 27 May and 7 July 2019

Developed by the Geneva Water Hub and the Platform for International Water Law of the University of Geneva, the online course in "Droit international de l’eau douce" has been designed for professionals working full-time and run for six weeks. Participants have free access at all times to course content, assessment activities and learning materials.

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Distance learning course on International Water Law and the Law of Transboundary Aquifers

The Geneva Water Hub’s Platform for International Water Law in collaboration with DiploFoundation, have the pleasure to launch the second edition of its Distance learning Course on International Water Law and the Law of Transboundary Aquifers.

 

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Youth for Water and Peace - Impact on the 8th World Water Forum, 18-23 March 2018, Brasília, Brazil

Youth for Water and Peace - As our first collaborative resource between the International Secretariat for Water - Solidarity Water Europe (ISW-SWE) and the World Youth Parliament for Water (WYPW), we would like to share a series of contributions from the WYWP on their impact on the 8th World Water Forum in Brasília which took place between 18 and 23 March 2018.

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"Network Governance and Conflict Resolution Between Domains, Sectors and Levels in Vietnam’s Urban Water Management"

Dr Fischer explains, for example, how the water sanitation situation has generally improved in Vietnam over the last decades, however, waste water treatment plants are constructed but do not work properly and faecal sludge management (FSM) is newly regulated, but poorly and not yet implemented.

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"Negotiation, Tinkering and Bricolage: Analysing Strategies in Everyday Agricultural Water Politics"

Dr Kemerink-Seyoum attempts to identify and shed light on spaces of negation, tinkering and bricolage in everyday agricultural water use. Such spaces offer an interesting opportunity to contribute to theories on human agency and in particular how objects, such as the water itself, water infrastructure or water legislation, co-shape human-technology-nature relations. Furthermore, a better recognition and explicit nurturing of such spaces can support alternative ways for reconciling conflicts over water.

 

L'eau est-elle géopolitique ?

Is Water Geopolitical?

Mr Jean-Christophe Victor addresses the questions around water in the world. His approach is both quantitative – consequences of water stress, minimum management, cropping patterns, improved irrigation techniques – and qualitative. Access to water – is this a source of tension or outright war? Pollution and is this a factor in social unrest?