Prizes & Awards
World Water Week is hosted and organised by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and takes place in Stockholm. It has been the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues since 1991.
World Water Week features several world-renowned award ceremonies, including the prestigious Stockholm Water Prize Award Ceremony and Royal Banquet. Visit the awards section of the online programme for the latest information and resources surrounding the ceremonies.
2016 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate: Professor Joan Rose
First presented in 1991, Stockholm Water Prize is the world’s most prominent award for outstanding achievements in water-related activities.
The prize honours individuals or organisations whose work contributes broadly to the conservation and protection of water resources and to improved well-being of the planet’s inhabitants and ecosystems. Any water-related activities are eligible.
Stockholm Water Prize Founders
Ms. Katarina Andrzejewska
Phone: +46 8 121 360 52
Mobile: +46 72 05 06 052
2016 Stockholm Junior Water Prize ceremony
For 19 years, Stockholm Junior Water Prize has congregated the world’s most imaginative young minds for an outstanding competition in the capital of Sweden, encouraging their continued interest in water and sustainability issues.
Each year, thousands of participants between 15 and 20 years in around 30 countries all around the globe join national competitions in hopes of earning the chance to represent their nation at the international final held during the World Water Week in Stockholm.
2016 Best Poster Award
Posters are an important part of the World Water Week seminar programme and link to the overall theme of the Week.
A selected number of abstracts are displayed in the interactive electronic poster exhibition, where conference visitors can view and learn more about the projects behind the posters. Authors also present their posters during poster sessions and seminar sessions.
A jury, led by a member of the Scientific Programme Committee, judges the posters on content, research, and presentation.
The most informative, innovative and well-designed poster is then presented with the “Best Poster Award” during the Closing Plenary Session of the Week.
Ms. Tove Lexén
Phone: +46 8 121 360 53
2015 Winning Poster:
Distributed Monitoring of Shallow Aquifer Level using Community Handpumps
Patrick Thomson, Heloise Greet, Farah Colchester, David Clifton, University of Oxford
View all the posters from 2015 in the Interactive Poster Gallery