World Youth Parliament for Water

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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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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#BluePeace event at University for peace

On Friday Sept 28, the World Youth Parliament for Water – Central Asia leaders, studying at University for peace (Costa Rica), held a #BluePeace event. The presentation and the workshop were both a success! They had around 40 participants (students from 30 countries) who’s ideas and enthusiasm was very inspiring! The Geneva Water Hub’s Symphony … Continue reading #BluePeace event at University for peace

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Global Brief article on the Blue Peace movement

We believe in trans-borders, trans-sectors and trans-generational cooperation to find joint solutions to the challenges our world is facing. That is why we support the #BluePeace movement! We are thrilled to spread this approach around the world… and to mobilize, connect and support civil society, including #young water leaders, for #Water and #Peace. From the … Continue reading Global Brief article on the Blue Peace movement

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Stockholm World Water Week – an involved civil society

For a strong committment of civil society and youth at the Stockholm World Water Week From left to right: Hannane Sellali (ISW), Lindsey Adalco-Manning (WYPW), Sarah Dousse (ISW) and Biljana Rimcheska (YWCCEE) We co-convened these sessions: Youth for Water and Climate Day! Wednesday, August 29th | All day | Room: Young Professionals booth – MV1 Organized … Continue reading Stockholm World Water Week – an involved civil society

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Young parliamentarians for water in action

The World Youth Parliament for Water continues to raise youth voices for further involvement of youth as key partners for SDG 6 achievement and peace. That is what the network advocated for during the International High Level Conference on International decade for Action “Water for Sustainable development” 2018-2028 in Tajikistan last June. It was a … Continue reading Young parliamentarians for water in action

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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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