Negotiation and Mediation for Water Conflict Management II

Learning objectives

Upon completion, the participant should be able to:

  1. Critically analyze cases of water sharing and use among different actors at
    different levels and from different sectors, from a conflict and cooperation
    perspective.
  2. Identify pertinent cooperative frameworks that apply to specific conflict
    situations and assess their efficiency.
  3. Apply management skills in conflict transformation, strategic planning, and
    water governance.
  4. Explain and discuss the advantages of mediation processes, and prepare,
    organize and engage in them as a party and as a mediator for the resolution of
    shared water disputes.
  5. Explain, discuss and assess other consultation and cooperative processes (e.g.
    consensus building, public participation), and be able to prepare, organize and
    engage in them.