THE WATER GOVERNANCE BLOG AT IHE Delft Institute for Water Education

Tiengemeten blues

This year we missed a lot: fieldwork, classrooms… but we also managed to write unexpected stories. In one of them, research and education, humans and non humans, get all entangled with a bit of...

Feminist Water Politics and Climate Change Fiction

Fiction can shape our understanding of water. Ashley Cahillane discusses how two novels narrate the relation between water infrastructure, privatization, climate change and gender, telling stories of oppression but also of resistance. This study...

Making Gender Visible in Transboundary Waters

On September 29 and 30, IHE Delft hosted the workshop “(En)Gendering Transboundary Water Governance: Feminist Perspectives on Water Conflict and Cooperation.” A variety of presentations and discussions unpacked the gendered dynamics of water diplomacy...

Rural and urban, green and red, against eco-austerity

By Patrick Bresnihan The fourth essay of the series “Reimagining, remembering, and reclaiming water: from extractivism to commoning” co-organized with the Undisciplined Environments blog, looks at the most visible social mobilisations in Ireland in...

A swimming commons

by Elliot Hurst The summer episode of the series “Reimagining, remembering, and reclaiming water: from extractivism to commoning” co-organized by the Undisciplined Environments and FLOWs blogs, explores swimming as a political act to reclaim...

Racism is a core driver of water insecurity

Household Water Insecurity Experiences (HWISE) – Research Coordination Network (RCN) is a community of scholars and practitioners who research and work in the interdisciplinary field of water insecurity. We join their statement in solidarity...

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