Scientists, women, civil society and youth

The preliminary programme of the plenary session and the four thematic fora of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 is now available. Participants of the four thematic fora will share and discuss their viewpoints, in 27 panel discussions altogether, about one of the most important questions of the 21st century: water.  

The Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center announces international photo and video competition with the title "Water Connects"

Water is not only an indispensable resource for life, it is also one of the most universal themes for the artists of all eras. This fundamental element has ruled the fate of civilizations throughout history, and our everyday lives are also inconceivable without it. It may well be impossible to list all the forms in which it is present in our lives day after day. On the occasion of Budapest Water Summit 2016, the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center wishes to offer the many aspects of water as inspiration for anyone ready to share their photographic or video creations with the general public between 1 and 30 September.

Organising side events at the Budapest Water Summit 2016

The Budapest Water Summit 2016 provides the opportunity for the participating international organisations to organise side events. Side events should be thematically related to the Budapest Water Summit 2016 and can be held during the three days of the Summit within the available time frame in 30, 60 or 90-minute slots. Side events attract a large number of participants; therefore, the organisers can share and discuss their points of view to further address issues related to the goals of the Budapest Water Summit 2016.

First meeting of the Drafting Group of the Summit in Tihany

The meeting of the Drafting Group of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 was held in Tihany between 21 and 24 July, in the Balaton Limnological Institute, Center for Ecological Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The three-day session was attended by twenty internationally recognized scientists, representatives of governments and international organisations from five continents. 

Preliminary Programme of the Science-Technology Forum is now available

To reach the solution of the problems related to water, an innovative and comprehensive approach is needed, which encompasses many areas and sectors concerned, from floods all the way to droughts over cross-border water management. The main objective of the Science-Technology Forum is to examine the thematic areas identified for the Budapest Water Summit 2016 from a scientific and technical point of view. The Forum will include a wide range of internationally well-known scientists from many parts of the world. 

Professor András Szöllősi-Nagy elected as President of UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme

Professor András Szöllősi-Nagy was elected for a 2-year term as President of the UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme. 

Detailed Preliminary Programme of the Plenary Sessions of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 is now available

More than hundred speakers, moderators and rapporteurs have already been invited to the 3-day event of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 including heads of state and government, ministers, scientists and prominent figures of the financial and business sector. 

Second Session of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 Organising Committee

With the participation of the relevant ministries, organisations and educational institutions, the Inter-Ministerial Committee responsible for the organisation of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 held its second session.

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