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Photos >> Where to get more / how to use photos from the Week

Photos from World Water Week are available on our Flickr page. Photos can be downloaded and shared with credit to the photographers. High level panels, seminars, workshops, award ceremonies and social events as well as general water pictures are offered free of charge and without restriction, for non-commercial, editorial use by journalists and bloggers. You can also find high-res photos on climate change, water in urban environments, agriculture, sanitation and other water related issues.

On our Flickr page you can also find pictures from past Weeks.

How to credit

Photographs may be republished with credit given to the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI).

Contact

For print-quality original files, please contact coms@siwi.org.

World Water Week 2018 theme: Water, ecosystems and human development

The online press room is a space dedicated to journalists covering the news and ideas that emerge over the course of the week – both at the event and remotely. Here, we provide you with webcasts of the top events, important press releases and news as well as lists of press events, key speakers and experts.

For information  about becoming a World Water Week media partner, please email rowena.barber@siwi.org.

Online press accreditation
will open in 2018

Practical information

Remote services

Don’t forget that you can easily follow World Water Week online! Sign up for our media newsletter to receive updates and press releases direct to your inbox. Be sure to also follow SIWI on Twitter and Facebook for live updates during the Week. Share our video material easily from our Youtube channel. Video material is also available for download from our MediaHub.

Online programme

Use the online programme to search for a specific topic or get an overview of the themes that will be discussed during the Week. Browse events by theme, topic, type and date.

Social media

World Water Week has a number of social media channels through which you can connect to help stay abreast of events, updates and virtual discussions on the topics you cover. Connect now to uncover stories and find potential interviewees!

Follow @SIWI_water on Twitter and SIWIwater on Facebook to receive updates in advance and during the week. Find videos from past Weeks on our Youtube channel. The official World Water Week hashtag is #WWWeek – use it in your communication!

Media Contacts


Convenor press releases

Launches

International Water Management Institute

Press Release: Global use of wastewater to irrigate agriculture at least 50% greater than previously thought, says new study

United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment, and Health

SDG Policy Support System

Tragsatec & AECID

CHECKLIST: Compliance Guidelines on Human Rights in water and sanitation projects

The Cooperation Fund for Water and Sanitation of Spanish Cooperation has prepared with the support of the ONGAWA NGO a checklist of guidelines for verifying the fulfillment of the human right to water in water and sanitation projects.

To be launched.

Sanitation and Water for All

Linking WASH and Nutrition – A Blueprint for Living SDG 17

The World Bank

The Rising Tide – A New Look at Water and Gender

Interventions in water-related domains are important in and of themselves and for enhancing gender equality more broadly.

Swiss Water Partnership

The Groundwater Paradox: A challenge for society

The World Bank

Beyond Scarcity – Water Security in the Middle East and North Africa

Water governance challenges are the common denominator of water insecurity in the region. Water security is about much more than just coping with water scarcity.

World Resources Institute

Thirsting for Justice: Transparency and Poor People’s Struggle for Clean Water in Indonesia, Mongolia, and Thailand.

New WRI analysis reveals that strong “right to know” laws are failing Asia’s poorest communities, especially those living in heavily polluted regions. Governments in Indonesia, Mongolia and Thailand are not effectively releasing the information that people need to know if the water that they use for drinking, bathing, farming and fishing is polluted or dangerously toxic.

Will launch on August 30, 2017.

WaterAid

Impact Report

Action Against Hunger

Wash’ Nutrition 2017 Guidebook 

WaterAid, Action Against Hunger and the SHARE Consortium

Recipe for success

WBCSD

Circular Water Management – Case Studies

GSMA Mobile for Development Utilities

GSMA M4D Utilities Case Studies: Loowatt and Wonderkid

To be launched.

The World Bank

WASH Inequalities in the Era of Sustainable Development Goals: Rising to the Challenge

Inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) threatens progress on poverty eradication.

 THE REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRE FOR CENTRAL ASIA (CAREC) 

CAREC digest on WWW

Distribution of short news upon interesting for the Central Asia issues from WWW via e-mail. Please sign up for the regional newsletter by contacting Nina Kumambetova.

Phone: + 7 701 998 60 34 E-mail: nkumambetova@carececo.org.

Aither, the Australian Water Partnership, and the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

WaterGuide

An organizing framework for improving water resource management and use in response to scarcity.

Launch: Tuesday 29 August at 13:15 at Australian Water Partnership booth.

Aither

Australian Water Markets Report.

Water markets balance competing demands for scarce water resources, delivering more efficient water investment, allocation and use. They are critical to agricultural, urban and environmental water policy and management in Australia. Aither’s Water Markets Report 2016-17 provides an overview of market operation and activity in Australia’s largest trading zones.

2030 Water Resources Group

Vietnam: Hydro-Economic Framework for Assessing Water Sector Challenges

This assignment presents a high-level overview of Vietnam’s water sector with the aim of identifying water demand reduction solutions to accelerate water sector transformation in Vietnam regarding water security for long-term economic growth, meeting environmental and domestic needs and enabling shared prosperity.

Photos

Photos from World Water Week are available on our Flickr page. Photos can be downloaded and shared with credit to the photographers. High level panels, seminars, workshops, award ceremonies and social events as well as general water pictures are offered free of charge and without restriction, for non-commercial, editorial use by journalists and bloggers. You can also find high-res photos on climate change, water in urban environments, agriculture, sanitation and other water related issues.

On our Flickr page you can also find pictures from past Weeks.

How to credit

Photographs may be republished with credit given to the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI).

Contact

For print-quality original files, please contact: Ms. Susanna Starck or Mr. Johannes Ernstberger.


Videos

SIWI Media Hub and SIWI Youtube channel

The video material on the SIWI Media Hub is offered free of charge and without restriction, for non-commercial, editorial use by journalists and bloggers. Please credit the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI).

  • High quality video for TV broadcasters and web-based media journalists, SIWI Media Hub hosts broadcast quality video material online
  • Interviews and edited features from experts on current issues and the conference
  • B-roll footage on different topics and from different regions of the world

The video material on our Youtube channel is easily embedded and shared. We recommend using this platform for social media sharing and posting.


World Water Week 2017 – Opening Plenary

SIWI Sofa: Winners Stockholm Junior Water Prize 2017

 

World Water Week Daily

The official World Water Week daily newspaper is back! Stockholm Water Front is the best way to summarize your hectic WWW days. Below, you can browse this year’s issues of the Daily. For earlier issues, visit worldwaterweek.org/daily


Livestream and On-demand

Unable to join us for the World Water Week?
No problems, you can easily follow World Water Week digitally!

Watch #Live key events, such as the Opening Plenary, the Highlights from Stockholm Junior Water Prize ceremony/announcement and much more!

Here you can find all livestreams during the week: http://www.worldwaterweek.org/pressroom/live/