The organisers of the Budapest Water Summit 2019 are again providing the opportunity to hold side events on the margins of the conference. Fill in the application form, and apply now!
Building on the results and success of side events of the BWS 2016, the organisers of the Budapest Water Summit 2019 are again providing the opportunity to hold side events on the margins of the conference. The focus of such events must be in line with the aims of the Summit.
The events will be held in Tisza Room and Duna Room of Millenáris Park.
Should you wish to organise a side event during the Budapest Water Summit 2019, please read the guidelines carefully and submit your filled application form at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send your application form to the above mentioned email address until 5 June 2019.
Please find here the application form.
Please download here the guidelines of organising side events.
Only 0.007 percent of the Earth's water resources are on the surface, what is easily accessible, not too polluted, and almost immediately useable - interview with Mr Csaba Kőrösi, Director of Directorate for Environmental Sustainability at the Office of the President of the Republic of Hungary.
With the participation of the relevant ministries, professional organisations and educational institutions, the Organising Committee of the Budapest Water Summit 2019 (BWS2019) held its inaugural meeting on 6 February 2019.
Building on the success of the events held in 2013 and 2016, Hungary will host the third Budapest Water Summit in 2019. Under the patronage of H.E. Mr János Áder, President of Hungary, the conference will take place on 15-17 October 2019. The conference is organised by the Government of Hungary.
The Budapest Water Summit 2016 (BWS 2016), held in Budapest on 28-30 November 2016, was one of the most important water-related events on a global scale in 2016. Over 2,200 participants from 117 countries gathered in Hungary’s capital. Focusing on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Agenda, the Summit also adopted a plan of action for measures to be implemented in the next 15 years in order to tackle water-related challenges.
The first Budapest Water Summit held in 2013 clearly contributed to the adoption of a stand-alone Sustainable Development Goal on water-related challenges (Sustainable Development Goal 6 – Water and Sanitation). The event had more than 1,400 registered participants from 105 countries and was attended by the UN Secretary-General.