Winners and losers of infrastructural development: water systems in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camps.

Posted on 16th December 2016

Cory Rodgers, DPhil candidate at Oxford University’s Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, discusses how water infrastructure affects relations between refugee and host communities in the Kakuma camps of northwestern Kenya.

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A framework for a joint hydro-meteorological-social analysis of drought

Posted on 15th December 2016

New research, led by Dr Bettina Lange, Associate Professor of Law and Regulation at Oxford University’s Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, sets out an novel framework for drought analysis.

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The Swarovski Foundation supports scholarship in Water Science, Policy and Management

Posted on 13th December 2016

The Swarovski Foundation strengthens its commitment to safe and sustainable water usage worldwide by supporting a scholarship on the MSc course in Water Science, Policy and Management in the School of Geography and the Environment at Oxford.

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From waterpumps to rowing gold

Posted on 12th December 2016

Water features prominently in the recent alumni update from Oxford University’s School of Geography and the Environment (SoGE).

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