As a key collaborating partner for the 2013 World Water Week in Stockholm, GWP would like to encourage you to:
- Download the printed programme to get a full overview of the sessions, award ceremonies, social events, field visits and more.
- Use the new and interactive online programme to browse the events and plan your schedule for the week.
- Register now to get early bird discount!
About the World Water Week in Stockholm
The Global Water Partnership is an official Collaborating Partner of the World Water Week in Stockholm 2013, together with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and the World Wide Fund for Nature.
Organised by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), the World Water Week in Stockholm brings together 2500 experts, practitioners, decision makers and business innovators from around the globe to exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions. This year’s theme is “Water Cooperation - Building Partnerships”.
Creating partnerships around water resources management is the foundation of the GWP network. Celebrating water cooperation at an international level is therefore an important manifestation for what GWP Partners are doing at all levels from the local to the global.
We believe that GWP Partnerships make a difference through cooperation.
Water cooperation is:
- About sharing the benefits of water
- Achievable and the only way to achieve a water secure future
- Important at different scales – local to regional to global
- An instrument of peace, bringing people and institutions together, instead of driving them apart.
Link up to World Water Week in social media and join the discussion by:
Twitter: Use the week’s official hashtag #wwweek to receive updates, retweet and have your say in the online discussions.
Facebook: “Like” SIWI and World Water Week on Facebook to receive the latest updates.
Flickr: Follow the photo stream from the events, award ceremonies and other activities.
Instagram: Use the hashtag #wwweek to contribute with your own live photo updates.
More information: www.worldwaterweek.org