You can now watch the recording of this panel discussion here
INVITED HIGH-LEVEL PANEL DISCUSSION: DRAFTING THE DELFT AGENDA
- From 12.00 CEST on Thursday 4 June you can see the livestream of this high-level panel discussion here. Once you're there you can just click on the PLAY button to get things started.
- To ask questions or make comments you can toggle back to this tab on your brower and leave your comment at the bottom of this post. To ask a question, just use Q - question; and to ask a specific panel member use Q - NAME - question.
- You can still comment on the emerging Delft Agenda here.
Moderators: Eddy Moors, Rector, IHE Delft; Guy Alaerts, Professor Capacity Development, IHE Delft
Rapporteur: Ellen Pfeiffer, Researcher Knowledge and Capacity Development, IHE Delft
The outcomes and recommendations emerging from the symposium will be debated in a high-level panel discussion and refined to a draft Delft Agenda. The recorded panel discussion and draft Agenda will be posted for comments and questions as we collectively refine the final agenda. Viewers can post comments and questions using the comments function beneath the panel video and draft document.
Mr Henk Ovink, Special Envoy for Water of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Dr Yasir Mohamed, Minister of Water and Irrigation, Khartoum
Dr Lidia Brito, Regional Director Latin America, UNESCO, Montevideo
Dr Wambui Gichuri, Director, Water Development and Sanitation, African Development Bank, Abidjan
Dr Tom Panella, Chief, Water Sector Group, Asian Development Bank, Manila
Dr Silver Mugisha, Managing Director, Uganda National Water and Sewerage Corp., Kampala, and Vice President, International Water Association
Dr Oyun Sanjaasuren, Director, Green Climate Fund, Seoul, and former Minister Environment and Green Development, Mongolia
Dr Veena Srinivasan, Senior Research Fellow, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, Bengaluru, India
You can find all the post-symposium activities on building the Delft Agenda, including a recording of this high-level panel discussion, here.