The Hague Institute for Global Justice has recently published a working paper on the effectiveness of multi-stakeholder dialogues on water, co-authored by Dr. Patrick Huntjens, Dr. Louis Lebel, and Dr. Brian Furze. Continue reading
Dr. Huntjens, Head of Diplomacy at The Hague Institute for Global Justice, has been interviewed by Veja Magazine for a special report on water conflicts worldwide. Veja is the leading weekly publication in Brazil and is considered the most influential outlet of the Brazilian press. With 9 million readers it is the second largest printed weekly in the world, just after Time.
The Hague Institute for Global Justice, with UNESCO-IHE, Utrecht University, METAMETA, and Yemen-based researchers have recently completed a project with the aim to better understand the political economy of Yemeni water management as a precondition for effective conflict prevention and resolution. Through field research in three areas across Yemen, including nine case-studies, the project resulted in policy recommendations regarding competition over groundwater in highlands, conflicts over surface water in ephemeral rivers, and peri-urban competition. The final report will be available online soon.