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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

Landmark day for the UN Watercourses Convention

Last week on 19th of May 2014, Viet Nam became the 35th contracting state to the Convention on the Law… View more

International Centre for Water Cooperation

Welcome to Sweden's first UNESCO Category II Centre, focusing on issues of transboundary water management in connection with peace, conflict and… 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

New issue of Stockholm Water Front Magazine available

Hydraulic fracturing – or fracking – is a hot topic, reported and debated in media and other arenas on a… View more

Justice: A valuable concept for transboundary water management

Stockholm Water Front Article, No. 1 2014 Justice: A valuable concept for transboundary water management by Ms. Kyungmee Kim, SIWI… View more

Stockholm Water Front No 1 2014

Hydraulic fracturing – or fracking – is a hot topic, reported and debated in media and other arenas on a… View more

Swedish Water House releases new policy papers

Swedish Water House, a part of SIWI, has published three new policy papers, all focusing on current water related issues.… 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