• World Youth Parliament for Water elects new board

    World Youth Parliament for Water elects new board

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  • Youth Voices Policy Choices -- discover how SWE boost youth involvement in Central and Eastern Europe

    Youth Voices Policy Choices -- discover how SWE boost youth involvement in Central and Eastern Europe

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  • Blue Book Mali 2nd edition out now

    Blue Book Mali 2nd edition out now

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  • #WaterGeneration: Our Youth Strategy

    #WaterGeneration: Our Youth Strategy

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  • Thirsty for Change: youth take action

    Thirsty for Change: youth take action

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  • Project Wariperqa: 64 Peruvian families now have drinking water!

    Project Wariperqa: 64 Peruvian families now have drinking water!

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  •  A model for rural water supply in Central Asia

    A model for rural water supply in Central Asia

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Youth for Water and Peace

An online platform for peace, in collaboration with the Geneva Water Hub On the occasion of the 8th World Water Forum (18-23 March 2018, Brasília, Brazil), the Geneva Water Hub (GWH), the International Secretariat for Water – Solidarity Water Europe (ISW-SWE) and the World Youth Parliament for Water (WYPW) signed a Charter to formalize their collaboration through an Internet platform dedicated … Continue reading Youth for Water and Peace

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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).

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News

Since Earth day, the community of Wariperqa, in Peru, has drinking water!

The drinking water infrastructure component of the project was completed on April 22, with great satisfaction from the community and local authorities. A crucial element: The drinking water system was built with the active participation of the men and women of the community. In addition, a drinking water management committee has been set up. Now … Continue reading Since Earth day, the community of Wariperqa, in Peru, has drinking water!

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The national Senegalese journal presents our actions for water and peace

The Senegalese national daily “Le Soleil” shared the vision and actions of the ISW and its networks at the 8th World Water Forum in Brasilia to promote cooperation on water issues. We advocate for sustainable access to water and sanitation services, prioritizing the participation of civil society and young people in finding solutions and developing … Continue reading The national Senegalese journal presents our actions for water and peace

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ANNUAL REPORT 2017 ISW-SWE

Our Annual Report for 2017 has just been published. The report reviews the achievements of the ISW-SWE with the support of its partners during the year 2017 on our three main areas: Field Work; Advocacy and awareness-raising; and Youth. Download the document

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Events

Stockholm World Water Week 2018

ISW

Stockholm, Sweden

World cleanup day

SEE

In 150 countries, Canada included

World Toilet Day

ISW

Worldwide

COP24 Climate Change Conference

ISW

Katowice, Poland

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