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Lesson 1 WATER ISSUES

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WATER ISSUES
Law, Politics and Social Sciences

Autumn Semester- SciencesPo
Aug.-Nov.. 2016

Elisabetta CANGELOSI
Ph.D. Social Sciences
elisabetta.cangelosi@sciencespo.fr
e.cangelosi@landcoalition.org
betta.cangelosi@gmail.com
AIM OF THE COURSE:
Understand contemporary water issues from different perspectives and approaches
MAIN TOPICS

The Human Right to Water
Convention on Transboundary Waters
European Water Policies
National Water Policies
Customary Law
Water and anthropology
Water Justice and Social Movements


Lesson 1
water and law
water and politics (and water policies)
water and social sciences (culture, anthropology and social movements)
an overview
Structure of seminars and presentation
Each area [LAW, POLITICS, SOCIAL SCIENCES] will be developed in two classes.
Lesson 6 and 7 for LAW
Lesson 8 and 9 for POLITICS
Lesson 10 and 11 for SOCIAL SCIENCES

short presentations (10-15 min)+ debate
2 presentations per class: groups of 3 or 4 = 7 or 8 presentations per class

Evaluation criteria and methodology
PARTICIPATION
PRESENTATIONS
SHORT PAPER
FINAL PAPER
PRESENTATIONS
and
SHORT PAPER
Each student works on all of the three thematic areas (Law, Politics, Social Sciences).

Each student prepares two oral presentations and writes a mid-term paper (1000-1500 words)
Final paper
Each student writes a final paper (2000 - 3000 words) with an interdisciplinary approach. It must related to at least one of the presentations and/or to the mid-term paper

sub-topics for each area

LESSON 6(LAW): International Water Law (including international treaties, conventions and disputes...)
LESSON 7 (LAW): National Water Law (including remunicipalisation, water management, water supply...)

LESSON 8(POLITICS): National and European Water Policies (including implementation of EU directives, environmental issues...)
LESSON 9 (POLITICS): International Water Policies and issues (including conflict resolution, environmental issues....)
LESSON 10 (SOCIAL SCIENCES): Water and Culture (including customary law, anthropology, religion...)
LESSON 11 (SOCIAL SCIENCES): Water as controversial issue (social movements, development projects, women' s rights....)
let's start..
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Course structure

seminars and presentations
Lesson 2, 3, 4 and 5
course structure and overview of the topic
Lesson 12
recap and debate
Lesson 6-11
HOW DOES IT WORK?
pick an area for the mid-term paper (law, politics, social sciences)
for the two other areas you will do oral presentations in a group of 2 or 3 students . One presentation based on a personal analysis of a topic, the other as a presentation based on bibliography (books, articles...)
identify the areas for the the presentations and create a group. Specific topic to be identified by lesson 4
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