On Wednesday, 19 November 2014, The Hague Institute will launch the report “The political economy of water conflicts in Yemen” at a dedicated high level Roundtable in Sana’a, Yemen. This report is commissioned by the Dutch Embassy in Sana’a, Yemen and is written by a project team led by The Hague Institute. Continue reading
The Hague Institute for Global Justice, in collaboration with Netherlands-based as well as international partners, has initiated a project aiming to analyze effective cooperation over shared water resources, and to operationalize this knowledge for academic and advisory work and diplomatic support services. The project includes comparative analyses of cooperation processes in the Jordan, Mekong, Rhine and Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna basins among others, upscaling of best practices, process facilitation combined with action research, and capacity building, e.g. by means of on-the-job training for water professionals in the respective facilitation cases.
Reporting by Al-Jazeera on Water Diplomacy Consortium at the Water Security and Peace Conference in 2013.
The Water Diplomacy Consortium has organized an International Conference on Water Security and Peace in the Peace Palace on 14-15 November 2013. The conference has convened over 100 experts in the fields of diplomacy, international water legislation, transboundary and intrastate water conflicts, and conflict resolution. Continue reading