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Lights, camera, action! Students' documentaries on water governance

Fantini, Emanuele (27 janv. 2017)

by Tatiana Guerrero and Jeltsje Kemerink The New Year at UNESCO-IHE always starts exciting; in the first week of January the Water Governance Documentary Festival takes place! Six groups of master students enrolled in the water governance module produce in less than a month time a 10-minute ...

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Reflections on my first year as a PhD candidate

Fantini, Emanuele (23 déc. 2016)

by Adriano Biza My best friend used to sarcastically translate the acronym PhD as ‘Permanently Head Damaged’. I am not sure if at the end of this marathon I will be head damaged but I know that I will not be the same. I have now run the first stage of my four years test of endurance: my research ...

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Nile Water Lab launched

Fantini, Emanuele (1 déc. 2016)

by Hermen Smit On November 24 the Nile Water Lab was launched at UNESCO-IHE by 40 water professionals from more than 20 countries across the globe. They explored multiple understandings (maps, measurements, ethnographic studies, histories) of three modern irrigation projects along the Nile to ...

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Dams and Democracy

Fantini, Emanuele (22 févr. 2017)

Last week the film festival Let's talk about water in Delft began with a journey on the Nile. We watched the comedy "Abay vs. Vegas" (2011) by Ethiopian film director Theodros Teshome that anticipated the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, and then the original version of "Once upon a time...The Nile" ...

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New article to compare approaches to studying human-water interactions (open access)

Fantini, Emanuele (7 déc. 2016)

by Anna Wesselink Wesselink A, Kooy M, Warner J (2016) Socio-hydrology and hydrosocial analysis: towards dialogues across disciplines. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Water In the Hydro-Social Deltas research project we seeks to understand the dynamic interplay between hydrological processes ( ...

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Playing Ravilla. When the game gets serious

Fantini, Emanuele (11 févr. 2017)

by Jaap Evers On the first three days of February we played one of our serious games with the students of the Water Management and Governance MSc programme. Since several years we play Ravilla, a transboundary river basin management role play, within the module of Water Economics (although the game ...

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Saturday Nile Fever!

Fantini, Emanuele (3 févr. 2017)

by Emanuele Fantini Temperature has been rising in the Nile basin since Ethiopia announced in 2011 the construction of the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). On Saturday, February 11th, at the festival Let's talk about water  we will discuss the role of different media in escalating the water ...

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Towards a third world war for water?

Fantini, Emanuele (13 mars 2017)

It took me some time to meditate on and - hopefully understand - one of the most quoted sentences of Pope Francis's address to the international workshop The Human Right to Water. An interdisciplinary focus and contributions on the central role of public policies in water and sanitation management ...

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What is water governance?

Fantini, Emanuele (10 nov. 2016)

Water governance can be seen as a question 'about water distributions and their organization and coordination: distributions of water (and of water related rights, risks, responsibilities, benefits and incomes), as well as distributions of (scientific or political) voice, power and authority. ...

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Gramsci on the Nile

Fantini, Emanuele (24 janv. 2017)

by Emanuele Fantini Last week researchers, journalists and practitioners gathered in Addis Ababa for the workshop Mapping Nile controversies in the framework of the project Open Water Diplomacy Lab: Media, Science and Water Cooperation in the Nile basin. How do ideology, knowledge and popular ...

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