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For Flowing Rivers: A Prelude

A red moon rose above a tranquil river in Arangali village in Kerala. People had begun trickling in to the...
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International Rivers to host first Women and Rivers Congress in March 2019

A woman waters her riverbank garden on the Mekong River. Pai Deetes, International Rivers International Rivers is honored to announce...
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Visualizing Our Water and River Relations Workshop for Women

Exploring Women’s Water-Based Literacies through Alternative Storytelling with 20 Indigenous Women from Sikkim and West Bengal “Years ago, at the...
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Host a "SunGanges" Screening for the 2018 Day of Action for Rivers

“SunGanges” is a new film from Bay Area filmmaker Valli Bindana about the epic conflict between India’s land, energy, water and people....
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"SunGanges" Screening | March 17, 2018

In honor of the 21st annual International Day of Action for Rivers, we’re pleased to invite you to a film...
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Global River Cleanups Grow | Christian Science Monitor

This article first appeared in the Christian Science Monitor.   How communities from Portland, Ore., to Paris are cleaning and...
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Working Transboundary: Building Resilience and Democratizing Governance in the Brahmaputra Basin

The Brahmaputra River has repeatedly been the centre ground of diplomatic hostility between China, India and Bangladesh. With no transboundary...
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Remembering Latha Anantha

The late Latha Anantha   We were deeply saddened to learn that Latha Anantha, the Indian river activist, passed away...
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The Time is Ripe for a Brahmaputra River Treatise

Last month, representatives of civil society organizations from five countries came together in Kathmandu, Nepal for a three-day workshop to...
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The Teesta: A Hungry River

This article originally appeared in The Third Pole. Fishing along the Teesta River. Samir Mehta/International Rivers A series of dams...