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Sweden’s first UNESCO Category II Centre

Sweden’s first UNESCO Category II Centre held its first Governing Board meeting on the December 1 2014. This occasion marks… View more

SIWI, UNESCO and the Government of Sweden signs agreement for UNESCO Centre

Today, on March 25 at 5.15 pm, UNESCO, the Government of Sweden, and SIWI sign the agreement to establish the… View more

Webcast of seminar “Can Water Make Peace?” available

Dr. Therese Sjömander Magnusson, Director of SIWI's Transboundary Water Management theme, recently spoke at the seminar Can Water Make Peace?, arranged… View more

SIWI article in 2013 UNESCO World Social Science Report

SIWI’s Dr. Anders Jägerskog has contributed the article “Glass half full or half empty? Transboundary water co-operation in the Jordan… View more

Call for papers to the Shared Waters Partnership Mekong workshops on food security issues

Lately, food security in the Mekong region has been challenged by the series of hydropower development proposals on the Mekong… View more

SIWI chapter published in UNESCO book on water cooperation

The chapter “Transboundary water management – why it is important and why it needs to be developed” by SIWI’s Dr.… View more

Outcomes from Transboundary Water Management seminar

In April, SIWI took part in the seminar “What Does It Take To Cooperate? New Tools for Transboundary Water Cooperation”… View more

Seminar on transboundary water cooperation at the Wilson Center in Washington

Thursday April 11, SIWI will take part in the seminar "What Does It Take To Cooperate? New Tools for Transboundary Water… View more