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.
This course provides an overview over different tracks and tools of water diplomacy, including the role of different state and non-state actors, da
The wH2O: The Journal of Gender and Water, first published in 2011, was the inspiration of Dakota Dobyns and Caroline D’Angelo, two Masters of Envi
The ever-present relationship between large river basins and development has been a feature of global political economy for hundreds of years.
The Congo Basin is a vital water artery in Central Africa and holds more than 50 % of Africa's surface water.
Water conflict and cooperation are complex phenomena that need to be understood in their hydrological, environmental, socioeconomic, political and
Water management is conflict management.