CAS - Water Governance: frameworks and negotiations

Objectives
Deliver skills and analytical tools based on scientific research that are applicable in professional contexts
Reflect on water governance stakes and uncertainties in a multidisciplinary perspective
Analyse hydro-diplomacy and actors’ strategies
Understand trends and functioning of water governance at a global level
Develop a community of practice in the field of water governance
Audience
Professional acting at strategic levels and aiming to develop analytical skills on water governance processes
A broad diversity of backgrounds is expected: public administrations, International Organizations, Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations, private sector, etc.
Programme
MOOC in Water Management and Policy (UNIGE-Coursera)
4 Modules: Hydrology - global trends and environmental changes • Right to Water Access - law, water and development • Hydro-diplomacy • International Water Law - from universal to regional and basin agreements
Directors
Prof. Géraldine PFLIEGER, Geneva School of Social Sciences (G3S), University of Geneva and Dr. Christian BRETHAUT, Institute for Environmental Sciences, University of Geneva
Co-ordinator
Luc Tonka, Institute for Environmental Sciences, University of Geneva
Partnership
Geneva Water Hub
DDC, Confédération suisse
SIG (Services Industriels de Genève)
With the financial support of Global Program Water

2nd edition

Duration
Spring 2018
10 ECTS credits

Registration
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Fees
CHF 3500.-

Information
ISE
+41 (0)22 379 07 55
Christian.Brethaut(at)unige.ch

 

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