- Training Course
- Hague Academy for Local Governance, the
- 30 Jun - 11 Jul 2014
- Netherlands (The Hague)
- The Hague Academy for Local Governance
This course addresses the key challenges for integrated, multilevel water governance. Next to discussing theoretical concepts and practical case studies, you will analyse your own country context, amongst others by applying governance assessment tools. Furthermore, you will visit programmes for the protection against the rising sea level, examples of modern river flood management and practices of urban water management. During these visits a special focus is on cooperation structures and financing mechanisms.
By participating in this course you will meet colleagues from other parts of the world, exchange experiences with experts and visit many examples of Dutch water management. You will link international best practices and tools with your own working context and think about practical solutions for the challenges you face in your home country.
Event fee€ 3.150,-.
What is included in the event feeAll training-related costs as well as drinks and lunches, training materials and travel during the training.
Target audienceThis course is interesting for policy makers and technical staff of organisations responsible for water management at different levels, as well as programme managers and advisors working for donor and development organisations.
How to registerThrough the website, before 11 April 2014
- Risk Identification & Assessment, Urban Risk & Planning, Governance, Economics of DRR, Water
- Netherlands, the