Swedish Water House (SWH) brings together actors from science, policy, and practice in the Swedish and international arena for equitable and sustainable water management. Our goal is to promote and support collective action to safe, equitable, resilient and accountable freshwater management for people and planet.

Our in-depth seminars and webinars discuss the latest water- and climate related issues and are open to the public, where our World Water Day seminar is one of the highlights. The seminars and webinars aim to ensure that new insights and evidence is considered in developing methods, products, trainings, and tools tailored to our stakeholders needs.

We annually convene a closed high-level trendspotting roundtable with selected decisionmakers from all sectors to discuss the current trends in water issues and identify challenges as well as common ground and opportunities for cooperation.

We offer advice, in-depth knowledge, and host multi-stakeholder groups, pilots and testbeds that bring together stakeholders, who´s ambition is to improve water management through long-term collaboration and partnerships.

Thomas Rebermark, Swedish Water House director
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Thomas Rebermark
Swedish Water House
+46 (0)72 0506 085
Conference.18 May - 25 May 2024 , 0:00

SIWI at the World Water Forum

  • Water governance
  • Water cooperation
    • Source-to-Sea
    • Transboundary Water Cooperation

The 10th World Water Forum is taking place from 18 – 25 May in Bali. SIWI experts will be on site, inspiring ...

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