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Imagine Blue Peace Finalists Revealed!

The Geneva Water Hub, the International Secretariat for Water and the World youth Parliament for Water are pleased to announce that following a global call for youth visions under the theme of “water as an instrument for peace” over 130 submissions from young people aged 18-35 were received. The winner and semi-finalists each produced work that will inspire a … Continue reading Imagine Blue Peace Finalists Revealed!

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WYPW Contributes towards the 2021 World Water Development Report

Imad Antoine Ibrahim of the World Youth Parliament for Water (WYPW) reports back on his participation in the World Water Development Report 2021 (WWDR 2021) inception meeting convened by the World Water Assessment Program (UNESCO WWAP) in Perugia on the 19th and the 20th September 2019. The WWDR 2021 kick-off workshop topic was valuing water. … Continue reading WYPW Contributes towards the 2021 World Water Development Report

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Intergenerational Dialogue at Geneva Peace Week 2019

The International Secretariat for Water along with organizing and participating partners – Geneva Water Hub, Geo Expertise,  the Graduate Institute, Swiss Water Partnership, Université de Genève, Water Initiative, and the World Youth Parliament for Water – are delighted to invite you to attend an Intergenerational Dialogue on Water and Peace. This Dialogue is taking place on … Continue reading Intergenerational Dialogue at Geneva Peace Week 2019

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WYPW has a fresh new look!

Wednesday August 28th, the World Youth Parliament for Water (WYPW) revealed their new visual identity, in addition to the fresh branding the visual identity places an emphasis on the ripple effect of youth-led actions across five regions. Activities at the young professionals booth were designed to reflect on how the network and 30+ National Parliaments … Continue reading WYPW has a fresh new look!

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World Water Week 2019 in Review

Reaching new heights for youth and civil-society inclusion during Stockholm World Water Week For Stockholm World Water Week 2019, our team was very busy promoting youth and civil society voices.  Intergenerational Dialogue It is through sustained dialogue between generations that solutions to the challenges of our world can be identified and implemented. Adopting an inclusive approach … Continue reading World Water Week 2019 in Review

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Featuring Youth-Led Solutions at World Water Week

Partnering for Innovation Generation #YouthforWaterandClimate Tuesday, August 27th | 16:00-17:30 | Room: Young Professional Booth – D01 Organized in collaboration with the Global Water Partnership, Young Water Solutions and CEWAS. The Youth for Water and Climate Platform featured an afternoon of activities dedicated to supporting youth-led projects and social businesses. Youth project leaders from around the world, selected and vetted … Continue reading Featuring Youth-Led Solutions at World Water Week

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Stockholm World Water Week: Promoting civil society and youth

  For Stockholm World Water Week 2019, our team will be very busy promoting youth and civil society voices, presenting new ways for better involvement of all stakeholders. According to us, adopting an inclusive approach is a key factor for innovative solutions and approach when it comes to a sustainable and wise water management.  We … Continue reading Stockholm World Water Week: Promoting civil society and youth

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Call to Akwesasne Environmental leaders of today, tomorrow and for the Seven Generations

The Strengthening Environmental Leadership through Youth Mobilization in Akwesasne project aims to strengthen the capacity of Akwesasne youth to raise environmental awareness. Participants in the training will develop the capacity to:         Contribute to local water and environmental protection decision-making processes         Meaningfully engage in intergenerational dialogues about their … Continue reading Call to Akwesasne Environmental leaders of today, tomorrow and for the Seven Generations

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