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  • 8TH WORLD WATER FORUM Document(~2017 April)

    1. 2nd Stakeholders Meeting - Agenda Preliminar (23 April 2017)

    2. 2nd Stakeholders Meeting Preliminary Agenda (23 April 2017)

    3. Sustainability Focus Group (20 April 2017)

    4. Thematic Process - Theme Descriptions (19 April 2017)

    5. Thematic Process - Concept (19 April 2017)


  • 2nd Stakeholder Meeting (26~27 April, 2017)

    On 26 and 27 April, at Ulysses Guimar?es Convention Center, Bras?lia, will be held the 8th World Water Forum’s 2nd Stakeholders Consultation Meeting. The preparatory meeting will promote debates on the central and transversal themes to be discussed in the Forum, with a view to define the event’s preliminary content.

    More than 700 participants are expected to attend the 2nd Stakeholders Consultation Meeting, both Brazilian and foreigners, as representatives of several sectors, such as: governments, enterprises, financial institutions, universities and NGOs. During the event, participants will be able to evaluate the preparation of the Forum and discuss important issues from each Forum’s Processes. The stakeholders interested in attending the meeting can make the registration here

    The Meeting takes place about a year prior to the Forum, which is to occur 18 to 23 March 2018, in Bras?lia. It is the continuation of the Kick-Off Meeting, an event which took place June 2016 in the federal capital, in order to begin preparations for the World Water Forum.

    As a follow-up to the Kick-Off Meeting, the 2nd Stakeholder Consultation Meeting will allow the coordinators of the commissions involved in the Forum’s organization―Thematic Process, Political Process, Regional Process, Citizen’s Forum Process and Sustainability Focus Group―to evaluate the evolution of the contents produced since 2016. Participants will also be able to give their opinion on the themes for thematic sessions.

     
  • ISC International Steering Committee (2~3rd, May, 2016)

    On May 2nd and 3rd, 2016, the first meeting of the representatives that make up the organizing board of the 8th World Water Forum took place in Brasilia. The ISC was represented by the attendance of members of the World Water Council and representatives of national and international government bodies. There were 46 participants from 20 organizations altogether. The participants discussed the parameters and directives for the first pre-Forum meeting, the Kick Off Meeting, scheduled for June of this year.

    The ISC established the bases for the functioning of the five Forum’s Commissions, namely:

    • the thematic process committee, to provide the technical base regarding the theme of water and its various transversal aspects, such as water and energy, economics, food, cities and ecosystems;
    • the political process committee, which guarantees the debate among governmental authorities and parliamentarians;
    • the regional process committee, which discusses the different water resource perspectives of the continents of the world;
    • the Citizens Forum, which will discuss civil society participation in the Forum; and
    • the Sustainability Focus Group, which addresses the perspectives of sustainable water use.

    The World Water Council’s President, Benedito Braga, underscored the important contribution to the progress of the work involved of the support given by Brasilia’s governor, Rodrigo Rollemberg, to the World Forum events: “The World Water Council acknowledges the Governor’s  efforts and commitment in regard to water issues and the ISC meeting is of the greatest importance for the success of the Forum”.

    Among the important resolutions were the construction of an operational protocol or manual regarding the theme of sustainability with technical and topical recommendations intended to expand knowledge and provide a space for interlocution, to ensure greater sharing of the theme.

    The Citizens Forum will be an important part of the event and of fundamental importance in creating a space of unrestricted interaction with the visiting public and society at large, with a special focus on young people and children. The event should be capable of maintaining a direct dialogue with the citizens and the public authorities, involving them in strategies that make them become direct participants in the World Forum with emphasis on culture, ethics, education and traditional communities.   

     “To us, one of the greatest, if not the greatest legacy we will leave is people being more committed to water-related themes and to striving for the sustainability of our region of Brasilia and its surroundings, as well as the Economic Development Integration Network (Rede de Integra??o de Desenvolvimento Econ?mico ? RIDE). We are awaiting the great decisions that will be made, from here on, so that we can unfold actions that are coordinated and attuned with the International Forum team and ensure that we get to 2018 with Brazilian society and the population of Brasilia duly mobilized for the event” declared Pedro Salles, Director-President of the Federal District’s Water, Energy and Sanitation Regulatory Board (Ag?ncia Reguladora de ?guas, Energia e Saneamento do Distrito Federal ? ADASA).


  • Thematic Process at the 8th World Water Forum (26~27th April 2017)

    The Thematic Process Commission is responsible for preparing the thematic program of the Forum and is composed of representatives of different groups of stakeholders.

    The Thematic Process adheres to some relevant linkages that will be brought up in the 2018 debates, such as the overall theme of the 8th Forum "Sharing Water" and the Sustainability Process; the debate in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and the additional water related targets and the Paris Climate Agreement; and the implementation Roadmap resulting from the 16 themes discussed at the 7th World Water Forum.

    In this way, the Commission provides guidance to the overall development of the 8th World Water Forum Program, in line with the central theme "Sharing Water", the World Water Council (WWC) strategy approved by its General Assembly and key sub-themes in the international agenda to be determined during the preparatory process as part of stakeholders' engagement.

    Furthermore, the Commission also proposes thematic priorities, contributes to the definition of the preparatory and follow-up process, manages the thematic working groups, monitors progress and contributes to the planning of the Forum linked to outcomes from previous Fora.

    Multi-stakeholder input is the basic building block for this process, with great diversity being desirable. Outputs from previous Forums and various international conferences and events in the three-year period leading up to the 8th World Water Forum will be used as inputs for the Forum's multi-stakeholder preparatory process.

    From this, the themes raised by the Thematic Process revolve around the guidelines related to Climate, People, Development, Urban, Ecosystems and Finance.


  • The Meeting of the 8TH World Water Forum (March 18 to 23, 2018)

    GOALS

    Considering the openness of the World Water Forum, the Kick-off Meeting will collect opinions from water stakeholders from all over the world and should have active, open and inclusive discussions regarding the two-year preparatory process. The outcomes will be used for the preparation of the 8th Forum.

    OBJECTIVES

    Raise awareness on the core value of the 8th World Water Forum;

    Share the results of the 7th Forum and discuss how to link them to the 8th Forum;

    Collect ideas from participants and instigate them to other innovative proposals;

    Collect a wide range of ideas on the Thematic/Regional/Political/Citizen’s Forum/Sustainability Processes, Forum structure, operation etc; and

    Ensure participants to be actively involved in the two-year preparation effort and work closely with international peers.

    PROGRAMME - KICK OFF MEETING

    Download the programme.

    REGISTRATION CLOSED

    MEETING VENUE

    The Kick-off Meeting will take place at the Ulysses Guimar?es Convention Center in Bras?lia, Eixo Monumental - Ala Sul, Bras?lia - DF, Brazil, Zip Code 70070-350.

    Phone: +55(61) 3214-2744

    http://www.setur.df.gov.br/locais-para-evento/ccug.html

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