Current and future water managers, decision-makers and others involved in water resources management, water conflict and cooperation.
Participants need to have at least a bachelor degree in a relevant subject and preferably several years of relevant working experience in the field of water management, water cooperation or similar topics relating to natural resources and the environment.
- Understand and critically debate key concepts of water and environment related conflicts, including the complex interrelations between water-related risks and conflicts
- Assess and apply theoretical approaches explaining conflict and cooperation over (transboundary) water resources and water diplomacy practices
- Analyse the key legal and institutional mechanisms for conflict and cooperation at different levels, such as principles of international and national water law and river basin organizations
- Apply basic negotiation skills for water conflict management and cooperation to specific challenges and cases