World Water Week seminar: the politics of water and the choices we can make

What do we mean when we say the 'politics of water'? How are the distribution of water and the access to water influenced by political-economic interests? And who has the power to reverse the flow and change tides?

This is the first session of a series of three in the SIWI Seminar: Navigating uncertain waters, shifting powers, sharing values.

During this session we will unravel water's complexities and interdependencies. This is not just a theoretical exercise; rather, we will discuss how competing interests of different stakeholders translate into the flow of water and how it is being (mis)managed.

Including contributions of our partners Uttaran (Jahin Shams Sakhar) and MCDI Kenya Violet Matiru).

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