The development of a Sustainability Declaration is on the agenda at the 8th World Water Forum. The first version of the document is open to public consultation until March 22. The goal is to call attention to the current situation of the current water policies, under the argument that these actions are not sufficient to achieve the targets of Sustainable Development Goals (ODS).
This Tuesday (20), the Citizen Forum discusses education and collective engagement in water issues. The day begins at the Convention Center, with the session “Education for citizenship and water: world experiences”, starting at 9am. It intends to reflect about the importance of education for social engagement and political, strengthening of citizenship, based on SDG-6.
This week, Cine Brasília receives the Green Film Festival, one of the World Water Forum's attractions. The program will feature free screenings of environmentally themed movies, selected by an official technical jury and popular choice.
Inspired and supported by the 8th World Water Forum, the Brazilian Association of Bars and Restaurants (Abrasel-DF) promotes the Festival “Sabores do Brasil” until March 25. The food festival is inspired by the Brazilian cuisine and there are 25 establishments offering unique and diverse menus to please the Forum participants at promotional prices.