people holding water

Lining up for water in a displaced persons camp in Darfur.


On 4 November, at 11 am CET, WCC deputy general secretary Prof. Dr Isabel Apawo Phiri will join the plenary on Water for Climate, Resilience and Environment, followed by an interactive dialogue. WCC coordinator of the Ecumenical Water Network Dinesh Suna will join the following session, entitled "Water for peace and cooperation,” at noon CET.

As a unique space for interactive dialogue between United Nations human rights experts and various stakeholders, including civil society and grassroots organizations, the 2022 Social Forum will focus on good practices, lessons learned. and challenges in implementing the International Decade for Action, "Water for Sustainable Development,” 2018–2028 to make a human rights-related contribution to the conference on the midterm review of the Decade, to be held in 2023.

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