EJWP is honored be appointed to the Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) of the Water4All Partnership. We look forward to supporting the Partnership with an emphasis on the human element in driving the empowerment of young professionals and creating intergenerational engagement in the water sector. This is a great opportunity for synergies linking all levels of professionals and organizations working toward resilient water management and climate adaptation.
“We are grateful that Water4All is taking the voice of young professionals from across the European water sector seriously in the partnership. This is a good opportunity to integrate stakeholders and expertise for fresh approaches to water and climate challenges that we are all facing – now and even more in the years to come,” said Naomi Timmer, Director of EJWP & H2O-People (parent organization of EJWP).
In the Stakeholder Advisory Group, EJWP and H2O-People, with their outreach and development activities, are positioned to support social innovation in water collaboration. Social science implementation is also a key area of potential growth through coordinating with the Water4All Partnership. Leveraging our networks around across Europe can be key to positive impacts in advising on, and working with, the Partnership, which comprises 81 organizations from 31 countries with the common goal of enabling long-term water security on a large scale.
Want to do your part? Share your views in the Water4All survey!
Water4All is calling for your input in a survey 31 MAY to identify good practices in mapping the landscape entrepreneurship and the experience of startups in the European water (technology) sector. Which one fits your perspective?
- For organizations that play a role in education, incubation, acceleration and growth phases of start-ups: Share your views here!
- For start-ups that experienced support programs and are willing to share their experiences: Share your views here!
The Water4All Partnership – Water Security for the Planet – is co-funded by the European Union within the frame of Horizon Europe. Objectives of the seven-year project are built around tackling water challenges as means to face climate change, support achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, and to boost the EU’s competitiveness and growth. Visit the Water4All website for more information.