Swedish Water House hosts various types of events focusing on current water issues. We aim to bridge the gap between science, policy, private sector and civil society. Our events are free of charge and open to everyone.
Below are all our events carried out in English. For an overview of our Swedish events, go to the Swedish events section.
In the World Economic Forum’s 2020 Global Risks Report, biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse were ranked as two of the most crucial threats that humanity will face in the next ten years. These threats are highly affected by climate change, […]
Faith and spirituality are foundational sources and drivers of behaviour; shaping and inspiring individual and community worldviews, priorities, daily rituals and community structures – including relationship to and value of water resources. The Cluster Group on Water and Faith serves […]
WEBINAR PRESENTATIONS & RECORDING Lars Laestadius, SLU Department of Forest Ecology and Management and Director at Eco-Innovation Foundation Izabella Koziell, CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE) Aida Bargues Tobella, SLU Department of Forest Ecology & Management and […]
Indigenous peoples play a vital role when it comes to the environment. As stewards of fragile marine, freshwater, and terrestrial ecosystems, their role and inclusion in equitable and sustainable water management is essential. Worldwide, indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities also […]
Water as the Economic Driver: A transformative pathway towards jobs, decent work, and an inclusive economy PRESENTATION & RECORDING Presentation (PDF) ZOOM video recording SIWI are co-convening this event with Women for Water Partnership, Tajikistan, Norway […]
WEBINAR PRESENTATIONS & RECORDING Full presentation – SIWI Water Governance Webinar Introduction to the Water Governance framework by Panchali Saikia Water Governance through the lens of UNICEF WASH Bottleneck Analysis Tool (WASH BAT) and City Water Resilience Approach by Ricard […]
What can we do when there is no more water? Will technology solve the problem? The drought of summer 2018 proved that water security is an issue also in Sweden. Globally, humans are consuming freshwater at an unprecedented pace and […]
SIWI and IHE Delft will present their findings from their study on women’s participation in water governance. Whilst women’s participation has increased in recent years, the participation in high-level processes remains at a staggering 2 %. The study consists of a comparative case study on decision-making from a gendered perspective and examines three different basins.
12 DECEMBER, 15:00 – 17:00 • SIWI, Linnégatan 87A, Stockholm Sextortion is when “sex, rather than money, is the currency of a bribe”. This event wants to shed light upon this highly gendered issue. ABOUT THE SEMINAR The word “sextortion” […]
6 DECEMBER, 16:00 – 17:00 • Norrsken House, Stockholm The global youth plays a vital role for achieving sustainable development, both as advocates and solution-finders. Hear young innovators and Stockholm Junior Water Prize-finalists from Sweden and Spain share their solutions to […]
3 DECEMBER, 14:00 – 15:00 • Norrsken House, Stockholm What role do forest landscapes play for our climate, and how can we manage them to combat climate change? This seminar will highlight experiences from Swedish actors in managing the forest landscape […]