Finding Saratu - A Lake Chad Crisis Film + Women's Voices in Water Governance and Management: The Lake Chad Case

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TERESA QUARTERO (CSA)

Teresa Quartero. got a bachelor’s degree in Cross-Cultural Communication at the University of Turin and she is pursuing a MSc in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance at the University of Padua. Over the past years, she worked with both governmental and non-governmental organisations involved in sustainable development and in human rights (with a special focus on migratory issues). Currently, she works as a researcher trainee for the CSA on the current project. She is mainly interested in human rights and sustainable development, gender and migration issues with a focus on the current and future challenges that new technologies (ICTs and AI) pose.

LEONARDO BERTERO (CSA)

Leonardo Bertero has a MA in History and Politics from the University of Dundee and he is currently pursuing a MSc in International Development and Humanitarian Crisis at the London School of Economics. In the past years, Bertero analysed the effects of developmental/aid projects in various parts of Africa. Currently, he works as an external collaborator and researcher for the CSA and he is the co-organizer of the current project. He focuses on conflict resolutions, gender issues and how development actions can tackle inequalities in low income countries. Teresa and Leonardo co-authored the paper “Women's Voices in Water Governance and Management: The Lake Chad Case” forthcoming in an IHE Delft Institute for Water Education’s book. Together with Chiara Danese, they also published “Luci e ombre dell’Eu trust fund for Africa” (in English: Lights and Shadows of the EUTF). IDOS: Dossier Statistico Immigrazione (2020) 85-87.

Finding Saratu - A Lake Chad Crisis Film

Women's Voices in Water Governance and Management