Water Diplomacy refers to all positive interactions among actors concerned with the management of shared water resources that aim to achieve peaceful and sound management of such resources. While practicing water diplomacy, such actors try to influence each other's opinions, perceptions of facts, positions and interests to negotiate towards a mutually accepted solution concerning shared resources.
This series of Master Classes will address a number of issues and skills relevant to water diplomacy. Experts from around the world will participate and classes will be closely linked to each expert’s style and methodology, as well as to the distinct characteristics of each subject matter.
These series of ten weekly classes (see indicative programme: https://bit.ly/3q2wr2t), will be held for two and half hours each, divided each into:
- A public lecture of 90 minutes, freely accessible and open to all; followed by,
- A skill-building workshop of 60 minutes only accessible to IWRA Gold and Silver members, as well as UPWCD students and members. Registration will be on a first come first serve basis, as limited places are available. If you are an IWRA Gold or Silver member, send an email to email@example.com to register before each workshop. If you are a UPWCD member or student of a UPWCD member, register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org at the latest 72 hours before the start of each workshop.