Tatiana Acevedo Guerrero, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education
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This talk tells the story of the WB project and the fifty public standpipes - which were never built. Its purpose is to analyse how water/power distributions have been reworked and consolidated, highlighting tensions triggered by the project at the national and local level. It evidences the messiness of electoral politics and the complexity of political parties (their competing interests, and the fact that these changed over time). +INFO
CEDLA researchers and students have been developing several initiatives to assess and discuss the ways in which COVID-19 is affecting Latin American Societies.
CEDLA blog serie Covid-19 in Latin America: Effects, Responses and Outcomes
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CEDLA has a broad and interdisciplinary offer in courses, in which these current developments in Latin America, as well as their historical backgrounds are discussed and closely linked to the research of CEDLA staff members. The courses are accessible for students of all Dutch universities and in some cases at a fee also for others interested.
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Dear CEDLA friends around the world,
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