Water Governance: Concepts, Policy and Practice (Online)

Building on the experience of AKU’s British Academy water research project, this two-day online course will introduce participants to major themes and policy frameworks in water governance with a focus on experiences of community-based water management in the Global South. The course aims to equip participants with perspectives to inform practical engagements in the water sector. A blend of presentation, discussion and short tasks spread over four sessions will introduce key academic and policy ideas.

Learning Objectives 

Session one: What is Water?

Revolutions in Latin America

GL/HIST ILST 3659 6.0 Revolutions in Latin America
F/W 2019-2020
Lecture: Tuesday, 12-3pm, YH 045
Dr. Gillian McGillivray
Office Hours: Tuesdays, 3-4pm, YH238, 416-736-2100 x 88598
Dr. James Cypher
Office Hours: Fall, Wednesday, 11-11:50am, YH 238
Winter, Tuesday, 11-11:50am, YH 238, or by appointment
Course Description

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