Governance

Creating space for human to human connections – An experiential Blog

by Anna Goubert (a.goubert@wateryouthnetwork.org), Rozemarijn ter Horst (r.terhorst@wateryouthnetwork.org), Natalija Vojno (n.vojno@wateryouthnetwork.org), Tim Nolden (t.nolden@wateryouthnetwork.org) & Maitreyi Koduganti (m.koduganti@wateryouthnetwork.org) The attention on the many roles young people can play in water cooperation is growing. Also during the Stockholm World Water Week, water, peace, cooperation and young people were on the agenda. Also, many organisations experience it as […]

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Next steps in the OECD Water Governance Initiative – a review of the 12th Meeting of the OECD WGI in Berlin, Germany

Next steps in the OECD Water Governance Initiative – a review of the 12th Meeting of the OECD WGI in Berlin, Germany Reflections on the OECD WGI international multi-stakeholder meeting held 20-21 June 2019 in Berlin for exchanging knowledge on water governance best practices as they relate to sustainability, flood management, corruption and capacity development. […]

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Youth & Transboundary Water Cooperation: What we learned from the Youth in Water Diplomacy Workshop in Cairo

Youth & Transboundary Water Cooperation: What we learned from the Youth in Water Diplomacy Workshop in Cairo Young leaders from across the world gather in Cairo, Egypt, from 24 -28 June 2019 to present on and discuss the impact of Youth in transboundary water cooperation. Representatives from WYN Water Governance thematic working group reflect on […]

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Connecting Youth on Water and Peace

Connecting Youth on Water and Peace Water Youth Network member Natalija Vojno discusses youth inclusion in water diplomacy and reflects on contributions from youth across the globe in the recent WYN Governance webinar on Youth in Water and Peace. By: Natalija Vojno (n.vojno@wateryouthnetwork.org)   What do SDG 6 (clean water and sanitation) and SDG 16 (peace, […]

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Death, Chocolate and Youth Led Action in the Ivory Coast

Death, Chocolate and Youth Led Action in the Ivory Coast Co-authored by Evrard Guei, President, La Terre Ne Trahit Jamais (evrardguei1@gmail.com)  & Natalija Vojno (n.vojno@wateryouthnetwork.org)   Evrard Guei, a young person from the Ivory Coast founded LA TERRE NE TRAHIT JAMAIS “the earth never betrays” — a movement dedicated to accelerating the economic integration of young […]

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Advancing Towards the Water Security Agenda

Lessons from the workshop by UNICEF, WHO/PAHO with the support of the Colombian government and facilitated by CAWST By Juanita Ayala The 7th, 8th and 9th of March I attended “Advancing Towards the Water Security Agenda” workshop in Bogotá, Colombia to discuss how to achieve SDG 6.1: universal and equitable access to safe and affordable […]

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MONITORING AND BASIC BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION WITH CITIZEN PARTICIPATION OF THE ROCHA RIVER, WITH THE COLLABORATION OF WATER YOUTH NETWORK

MONITORING AND BASIC BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION WITH CITIZEN PARTICIPATION OF THE ROCHA RIVER, WITH THE COLLABORATION OF WATER YOUTH NETWORK By Vivian Camacho (v.camacho@wateryouthnetwork.org) and Rodrigo Meruvia (rodrigo.meruvia@gaiapacha.org) A few weeks ago the Gaia Pacha Foundation, supported by the WYN, applied for a call for projects managed by the Autonomous Departmental Government of Cochabamba with the funding […]

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WYN’s Article Publication: Stakeholder engagement in water governance as social learning

We are happy to announce the publication of another scientific article where the Water Youth Network played a big role! Two members of our former Advisory Board were actively involved in the development of the research and we could not be more proud of them: Laura Basco Carrea and Alix Lerebours. This article was prepared as […]

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Valuing Water: WYN participation inside the Under30 Changemakers Summit in NY

By Donya Danesh  I was asked to facilitate a session on Valuing Water and Climate Change mitigation with young social entrepreneurs at the Under 30 Changemakers Summit in NYC. I’m in the last year of my PhD and have studied long-term climate impacts on freshwater for the whole of my academic career, so I was […]

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