THE WATER GOVERNANCE BLOG AT IHE Delft Institute for Water Education

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...

Disappearances

Tatiana Acevedo Guerrero (IHE lecturer and researcher in the Politics of Sanitation and Wastewater Governance), was invited to speak at the opening of the art exhibition “Delta” at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. She offered...

Heterotopias and a serious joke at IHE library

With the notion of heterotopia Foucault describes spaces that are somehow “different”, mirroring and yet distinguishing themselves from what is outside, like gardens, cemeteries, or ships. Heterotopias are places of imagination, escape, otherness and a...

Who speaks for the river?

The new episode of the podcast “The sources of the Nile” features a dialogue between researchers from different disciplines, three journalists, a writer and a water expert, on who should speak for the Nile...