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You can easily follow World Water Week digitally! Here you can find all livestreams during the week, presented day by day. Click the links to view (all times are in CET). For the complete On-Demand contents, please go to our Vimeo page.


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Sunday 26 August

Intelligent intervention design: putting the horse before the cart – 09:00-11:30

There are several examples of WASH-related behaviour-change interventions that do not achieve good impact. This event will draw on several case-studies to illustrate how considered intervention design might work, as well as the pitfalls, and offer insights from a policy and practice perspective.


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Can Valuing Water Change our Attitude towards Water? Concrete Examples! – 14:00-15:30

Valuing water appropriately is a cornerstone for better water management. In this session practical examples of applying the valuing water principles (established by the High-Level Panel on Water earlier this year) and their challenges are discussed.


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Daily Splash – 18:00-18:30

We recap the day’s sessions and key messages with a member of the Junior Rapporteur team. Tune in every day during the Week for a complete overview of the hottest topics.


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Monday 27 August

Opening Plenary – 09:30-11:30

The Opening plenary is the official welcome of participants, aiming to inspire dynamic and fruitful conversations throughout the Week.

High Level Panel on Water Diplomacy – 14:00-15:30

The High Level Panel on Water Diplomacy will elevate discussion around the role of shared water resources as a tangible entry point for sustained dialogue and conflict prevention in regions prone to political tensions and armed violence.


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Blue and green spaces- the heart of sustainable urban development – 16:00-17:30

Drawing on examples from major global cities, this event will showcase innovative techniques to explore and demonstrate the linked benefits to human health and biodiversity of proactively building water and wetlands into our ever-urbanising landscape.


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Daily Splash – 18:00-18:30

We recap the day’s sessions and key messages with a member of the Junior Rapporteur team. Tune in every day during the Week for a complete overview of the hottest topics.


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Tuesday 28 August

Nature-based Solutions for Water: A Smart Approach to Disaster Risk – 11:00-12:30

In the context of disaster-prone environments, Nature-based solutions for Water (NbSW) allow us to address root causes, and reduce the risks of disasters. Based on concrete case studies in Switzerland, Myanmar, Honduras and Tajikistan the event will explore different components for successful implementation of NbSW.


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The Ripple Effect: Empowering Women through Water – 14.00-15.30

With Ipsos’ compelling research setting the stage, a panel of subject-matter experts will then discuss the role that research and evaluation play in advancing gender equality, particularly in the WASH sector.


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Contribution of sanitation to Paris Agreement: What is stopping us? – 16.00-17.30

This event will explore the different angles of these links: how do sanitation issues feature in the National Determined Contributions (NDCs) to Paris Agreement? How are climate financing mechanisms considering sanitation?


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Daily Splash – 18:00-18:30

We recap the day’s sessions and key messages with a member of the Junior Rapporteur team. Tune in every day during the Week for a complete overview of the hottest topics.


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Highlights from Stockholm Junior Water Prize ceremony – Announcement 21:05

Crown Princess Victoria will award Stockholm Junior Water Prize to the 2018 winning team selected from 32 competing countries.

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Wednesday 29 August

Industry’s role in ecosystem and watershed management – 09:00-10:30

Demand for water from the private sector is increasing. Industries are implementing strategies that address water across watersheds and value chains and  private stewards are proactively engaged on policy and technology innovation.  Addressing complex challenges or “wicked problems” such as water and ecosystem management, and their impact on human development, require collective action and business ecosystem strategies.


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Indigenous Peoples: Promoting Ecosystem Protection and Human Rights – 11:00-12:30

Indigenous peoples constitute 5% of the global population, yet they are often ignored in decision making, and they are one of the key people that truly understand the the right to a healthy environment, and its connection with the right to safe water and sanitation. These are both rights and obligations, not just of states, but also for every individual.


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Refugees and Migrants: Promoting Ecosystem Protection and Human Rights – 14:00-15:30

In this event, we plan to bring real case studies to light, with representative people from refugee situations, outlining the importance of inclusion and transparency in consultation processes, and how people’s rights to water and sanitation can be aligned with sustainable solutions, and can help to protect our environment as well as our people.


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Daily Splash – 18:00-18:30

We recap the day’s sessions and key messages with a member of the Junior Rapporteur team. Tune in every day during the Week for a complete overview of the hottest topics.


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Highlights from Stockholm Water Prize Ceremony & Royal Banquet – 16:30-23:00

The 2018 Stockholm Water Prize, honouring Professors Bruce Rittmann and Mark van Loosdrecht, will be presented by H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, on behalf of H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, in the Stockholm City Hall.


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Thursday 30 August

Ecosystem based water management: From innovation to practice – 09:00-10:30

Much learning has been generated in recent years about ecosystems-based water management, but is it reaching the right audiences at a meaningful scale? Do practitioners have the right tools and knowledge to apply the ecosystems approach to their own water management?


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Green Landscapes for Water Security: Nature-based Solutions and Water Quantity – 11:00-12:30

Bringing together insights from around the world, including the tropical Andes, West Africa, the southwestern US, and Australia, we will explore how emerging science can better guide decisions for managing water quantity through nature-based solutions – moving ahead under uncertainty while continuously improving the science-base for decisions.


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Political drivers for sustainable ecosystems: Sustaining peace – 14:00-15:30

This session draws attention to the political economy benefits of resolving ecosystem challenges through progressing the SDG 6 debate – freshwater ecosystems are essential to human health, environmental sustainability and economic prosperity – and the security implications of escalating resource use.


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Trade-offs and synergies between the sustainable development goals – 16:00-17:30

Integrated water resources management requires finding a balance between the use and protection of water resources at the catchment scale for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and targets. Although the SDGs have a common objective, certain targets may seem conflicting when combined.


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Daily Splash – 18:00-18:30

We recap the day’s sessions and key messages with a member of the Junior Rapporteur team. Tune in every day during the Week for a complete overview of the hottest topics.


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Friday 31 August

Closing Plenary – 09:00-12:00

The closing plenary will summarize and conclude the multi-faceted outcomes of World Water Week 2018. The plenary covers reflections and take-home messages of keynote speakers and Key Collaborating Partners, and the rapporteur team, together with the Scientific Programme Committee, will present their main findings from the Week .



On-Demand

Stockholm Water Prize symposium

Building a resilient future through water Part I & II



Stockholm Junior Water Prize highlights

Stockholm Water Prize highlights