Author: Tatiana Acevedo Guerrero

Voices of a Water Crisis: the case of São Paulo

Oftentimes the unjust distribution of water and water risks exists in a city without apparently sparking much contestation on everyday life. These asymmetric distributions persist just below the surface in the hasty routines of the city, until a moment of crisis brings them to light and makes injustices evident. This…

“How Hard is Your Hat?”: Exploring Professional Culture in Water Engineering

Earlier this year we embraced the challenge of producing a short documentary for the 2018 Water Governance Documentary Festival. In the context of our Water Governance Module, we were asked to to explore different aspects of water governance processes in practice. The team: (From left to right) George Blankson, Neha Mungekar, Max…

Pluralizing water science

This blog post is a collaboration between Jeltsje Kemerink-Seyoum, Margreet Zwarteveen, Jaap Evers, Emilie Buist, and Tatiana Acevedo Guerrero Every year in October, IHE Delft organises a one week introduction week to welcome its new batch of MSc students. In addition to learning how to bike, eat stroopwafels and poffertjes…

A conversation about water through art

This post was written by Leslie Ford Art is a conversation. Thirteen Urban Water Governance students took part in that conversation on Wednesday, July 19th at the Water ZomerExpo 2017. For many this was the first time they had considered art as a method of discussing water. Though some were…

Delhi’s Waters Through the Eyes of Women Working as Domestic Workers

This blog post is a collaboration between Anjal i- Rachana – Rajni – Sharda – Sonia – Tatiana   In Delhi, as in various cities of India and the Global South, many middle and upper-class households depend on female domestic workers who frequently work for low wages and without social security…