The Universities Partnership for Water Cooperation and Diplomacy serves as a platform led by knowledge partners in the field of water cooperation and diplomacy. It is a one-stop-shop where such actors can share and access information about relevant activities, co-develop research and education tools and jointly support professional training in this field.
The program is aimed at supporting water conflict prevention and transformation in Oregon, across the United States, and internationally, through a
Address water demands & challenges of the 21st century
This is a call for submission of abstracts for inclusion in a multi-volume book series focusing on several key themes in transboundary freshwater m
Equitable and reasonable utilization (ERU), the cornerstone of international water law, recognizes the rights of states to utilize shared water res
The no-harm principle is at the heart of the several international conventions focusing on the uses, allocation, management and protection of trans
On 29 and 30 September 2020, IHE Delft hosts an online cross-regional workshop on ‘(En)Gendering Transboundary Water Governance: Feminist Perspecti