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PhD student, Susan Conlon, summarises the second session of The Nexus, resource conflicts and social justice workshop , held at IDS in Brighton on Monday 29 February 2016, where Jeremy Allouche …

The nexus: a management system, policy process or a way of life? PhD student, Susan Conlon, summarises second session of IDS Nexus Network Workshop


PhD student at the Water Security Research Centre, Hussam Hussein, sums up the outcomes of the “Groundwater Governance: Drawing connections between Science, Knowledge, and Policy-Making” conference…

PhD student, Hussam Hussein, writes from groundwater governance conference in Salto, Uruguay.



CRC report: Urban services during protracted armed conflict: A call for a better approach to assisting affected people. A major report exploring the relationship between water, war and human…

Major ICRC/WSRC report – Urban services during protracted conflict



On 29th October, the Water Security Research Centre hosted a seminar session with Professor Richard Seager (Pali

sades Geophysical Insitute/Lamont Research Professor, Doherty Earth Observatory of…

Seminars with speakers from the Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University Water Policy Officer, WWF and IUCN Global Water Programme


In a recent post for the Reinventing Peace blog, Professor of Water and Irrigation Policy at UEA and core member of the Centre, Bruce Lankford, illustrates the fascinating forms .

Prof Bruce Lankford: “One cubic metre: a reflection on water for mystery, learning and peace”


In a Special Edition publication for the 7th World Water Forum by Words Into Action, Professor of Climate Science and member of the Water Security Research Centre.

Prof Timothy Osborn, UEA and the University of Nottingham: “The Water Cycle in a Changing Climate”


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