The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) is organising a hybrid version of their renowned World Water Week. This year's overarching theme will be 'Seeing the unseen: The value of water'. The Netherlands is joining in by hosting sessions, facilitating discussions on global water issues and having an on-site exhibition space #03:10.

The Netherlands at #WWWeek

This year the Netherlands' contribution to Stockholm World Water Week (SWWW) has a dual objective. First, the Government of the Netherlands is a dedicated partner of World Water Week's organiser SIWI and therefore actively involved in the programme supporting a variety of themes including youth engagement, valuing water, and groundwater. Second, the Netherlands is joining co-host Tajikistan in actively promoting the UN 2023 Water Conference which will take place in March 2023.

Last but not least, the Dutch water sector is well represented throughout the SWWW programme. Resulting in many opportunities to meet-up with Dutch professionals and learn about their initiatives, online as well as on-site. We invite you to join our sessions, talks and discussions. Together, we can find solutions to solving our water challenges.

SWWW takes place from 23 August till 1 September with an online programme from 23-25 August, and the on-site programme starting on 28 August. The event has returned to their former venue, the Norra Latin Conference Centre in Stockholm.

Join our water network at SWWW

Take a look at the full programme on the SWWW website to join interesting sessions with Dutch contributions. There is also a chance to meet face-to-face and catch-up with peers at the exhibition floor. Think after-session chats, presentations, networking drinks, inspiration talks, and more. If you are joining the live event in Stockholm, please visit Exhibition space 03:10 and Exhibition room 355 (03:12). We hope to meet you there!

NL - Solving global water challenges together

The Netherlands is convening and co-convening several sessions and events around a diversity of topics including valuing water, youth engagement, resilience of ecosystems and more. Meet us also at the Exhibition floor #03:10

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