Category: Events

Above water, about movies

Three weeks ago, IHE Delft and the festival Movies that matter organized the screening of “Above water”, a documentary on climate changes implications for access to water in a small village in Niger. The...

Brahmaputra, a river of hope and sorrow

The project “Science communication for water diplomacy in the Brahmaputra” launched a photostory exhibition on the mighty river. Arundhati Deka and Isha Thakur offer a glimpse of the plurality of attachments, concerns and hopes reflected...

Nile Pop!

This year we celebrate Nile Day in front of the Egyptian Taffeh Temple in the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden in Leiden. By enjoying poetry, music and stories inspired by the river we will reflect on...

Water and conflict: an unavoidable link?

On the 5th of December, the Water, Peace & Security (WPS) Partnership launches its Global Early Warning Tool. Susanne Schmeier, Emilie Broek, Rolien Sasse, Charles Iceland, Rozemarijn ter Horst, and Karen Meijer discuss how...

Water cooperation: representation matters

The Power of Representation & the Representation of Power in Water Conflict and Cooperation’ was the theme of the 10th hydro-hegemony conference (The Hague 4-5 October 2019). In this collective post the conference organizers...

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...

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