SIWI World Water Week 2021

Every year in the last week of August development finance and water practitioners from around the world come together in Stockholm. For 30 years, SIWI has organized World Water Week. Today it is the world’s most influential movement focused on transforming global water challenges.

World Water Week will be held as a full-scale digital event on 23-27 August 2021.

Deltares co-convenor

After a decade participating World Water Week, Deltares was last year for the first time invited to be a co-convenor of one of the nine scientific seminars, titled “Disrupting the status quo: Water in health and climate crises”. In this role we cooperate with the Scientific Programme Committee – composed by IFI’s and renown Think Tanks- to shape the agenda of World Water Week 2021.Stockholm World Water Week 2021

Join us for a week of intense learning and collaboration. Together we can develop solutions to address climate change and other water-related challenges.

The theme of World Water Week 2021 is Building Resilience Faster, with a focus on concrete solutions to the world’s greatest water-related challenges, starting with the climate crisis and including water scarcity, food security, health, biodiversity, and impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In preparation for World Water Week we will organize a serie of internal and external roundtables to discuss how we can contribute to close the implementation gap of the SDG’s and as our seminar states, drive a process of systemic change by example.  So keep tuned …

Call for Abstracts to Scientific Seminars World Water Week 2021

Don’t miss this chance to present your research!
The organization is now looking for high-quality academic abstracts to be presented in the nine Scientific seminars that will be developed by World Water Week’s Scientific Programme Committee together with leading international organizations.

Learn more here about how you can submit your research abstract and get a chance to present your work to experts within your own field.

All papers must relate to a specific seminar – see all the nine topics here.

Deadline: all papers must be submitted by 24 January 2021.