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Youth Voices Policy Choices (YVPC) aims at empowering the new generation of water leaders, building trust and motivating them to become agents of change at different levels, starting at their own communities. By providing an open space for discussion, Youth Voices Policy Choices creates synergies between stakeholders, who debate and learn from one another. Emerging … Continue reading Youth Voices Policy ChoicesRead more >
We have had a presence in Central Asia for over 20 years, focused on our field projects in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Youth have always been at the heart of our activities in Central Asia. We are mobilizing and empowering a new generation of water leaders in the region to contribute to a sustainable and peaceful development. … Continue reading Youth empowerment in Central AsiaRead more >
About ISW and SWE
The International Secretariat for Water (ISW) and Solidarity Water Europe (SWE) bring together citizens and organizations that are committed and active in the cause of water. Their commitment is to ensure the application of the founding texts of the movement (the Montreal Charter and the Declaration of Strasbourg) to ensure access to drinking water and sanitation for all. The ISW is based in Montreal, Canada, and SEE is based in Strasbourg, France.
Building on the evolution of knowledge, the development of innovative partnerships and creativity, ISW-SWE develops initiatives that guarantee the right to water and thus universal access to water and sanitation, while preserving the resource. The ISW-SWE and its partners create bridges and dialogues between all stakeholders (civil society, academic sector, private sector and institutions).
October 23, 2020
The projects selected to receive technical and financial support for the Global Youth to Action call for projects are already well underway. After 2 months of implementation, we are glad to present the positive impact these projects have had in their communities and the inspiring activities implemented by the youth. The call for projects was … Continue reading Spotlight on the Youth for Water and Climate projectsRead more
September 28, 2020
On Monday, September 21st, 2020, an online meeting was held to present the progress report of the realization of the Nirnova Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) Master Plan to the local authorities of the basin. The drafting of this master plan was launched in February 2020, in the framework of the European project EUWI+, … Continue reading Progress report of the Nirnova basin WSS master planRead more
August 14, 2020
We congratulate David Lindao Caizaguano and Flavien Vaille, Members of the European Youth Parliament for Water and Hisseine Ngague, member of the World Youth Parliament for Water, for being selected as a member of the Youth Steering Committee of the UNESCO conference “Water, Megacities and Global Change”, which will take place from 1 to 4 December … Continue reading EauMega2020 – Attendance of members of Youth Parliaments for WaterRead more
2 Nov, 2020
1 Dec, 2020
UNESCO HQ, Paris
18 Jan, 2021