THE WATER GOVERNANCE BLOG AT IHE Delft Institute for Water Education

Where is water in the Sudanese revolution?

The Sudanese revolution is quintessentially political, however water played an important role it, as shown in this commentary by Abeer R.Y. Abazeed. With this post, we also join the enthusiasm for the appointment of...

Crooked River: a visual immersion in the Cuyahoga

Ethiopian photographer and visual artist Michael Tsegaye presents his photo exhibition “Crooked River“, a poetic immersion in the Cuyahoga river (Ohio, US) transformed by the viewers in an interactive experience. The Cuyahoga river in...

Happy birthday to the Nile!

This year the Nile Basin Initiative celebrates its 20th anniversary. We wish happy birthday to the river and its people with a special episode of the podcast The sources of the Nile, announcing also...

Time to think about education

Every six years educational programmes in the Netherlands need to go through a (re)accreditation process, supervised by the Dutch Accreditation Organization for Higher Education. A panel of external experts assess if programmes deliver good...

A few of our favourite water books

Usually this kind of posts come at the end of the year. We are a bit late, but still hope to inspire you with this selection of the best water books we read in...