Loading Events

Latest Past Events

EDGES-UBC and Riverhood meeting on “Rivers and Translocal Commoning Struggles”

British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Vancouver

On 29 November 2022, the EDGES collaborative at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, headed by Prof. Leila Harris, invited Rutgerd Boelens to share and discuss the objectives, concepts, methodologies, and activities of the two transdisciplinary river action-research projects, and in particular, to elaborate on the conceptual framework as laid down in the […]

Fundación Alma’s work over Magdalena River – Lecture by Juan Carlos Gutiérrez

Lumen, WUR

On November 18, 2022, Juan Carlos Gutiérrez, who is an anthropologist, researcher, and director of Fundación Alma (Colombia), presented the themes of research work on artisanal fishing of this foundation. Also, he described the processes carried out by him and his team to strengthen the governance of the Magdalena River from methodologies based on Participatory […]

A river with rights and in constant dispute, The Atrato river basin, Colombia – Lecture by Sandra Liliana Mosquera

Lumen, Gaia 1, Wageningen University

The declaration of the Atrato river as a subject of rights was given by the Constitutional Court of Colombia in the 2016 Sentence T-622, being the first case for the country. The ongoing humanitarian crisis, the environmental depletion of the river body, its resources, and the basin's ecosystems previously led to consecutive legal claims against […]