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/ Global

Youth for Water and Climate - Global Competition for #YouthLed Projects

Please note the deadline has passed and we are no longer accepting applications. We are looking for young activists to join forces for water & climate! Five awards of €1,000 each are available for youth-led projects which are based on the white paper recommendations made at COP 21.
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GWP Network Meeting 2016

The 2016 Network Meeting was broadcast on 11 October 2016. In this video, Head of Communication Steven Downey introduces the main speakers: GWP Chair Dr. Oyun Sanjaasuren, UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson and GWP Executive Secretary Rudolph Cleveringa.

Welcome to GWP’s 2016 Network Meeting

The annual GWP Network Meeting will be held on 11 October at 13.00 Central European Time (CET). It is a virtual meeting, to be broadcast on the GWP website – with a special guest message from UN Deputy Secretary General (DSG) Jan Eliasson. A live session will be held in connection to this on GWP’s Facebook page – we welcome your questions and comments.

/ Global

Nicolas Delaunay: “The clock is ticking”

The newest recruit in the GWP global secretariat is Nicolas Delaunay, Resource Mobilisation and Partnership Manager. Two months into the job, Delaunay shares first impressions of his new role, with an important message to partners: “We need to emphasize the urgency we are in.” This interview is the latest in a year-long series of interviews celebrating GWP’s 20th Anniversary.

/ Central Africa, Eastern Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa

International Water Law Training Picks Up Pace in Africa

A training course on International Water Law (IWL) in Africa took place in Kampala, Uganda, in June. It was the second year running that GWP and its Partners organised the course, with the aim to strengthen transboundary water resources management in Africa. The training was appreciated by the participants who lauded its significance in improving water governance in basins.