Throughout the world workshops, seminars, conferences and trainings are being held in order to cope with the challenges in delta regions. The Delta Alliance aims to connect and contribute to a number of these events. The events as outlined on this page are either (co-)organised by the Delta Alliance, organised by Delta Alliance partners or are relevant for persons working on delta issues worldwide.

Upcoming Delta Alliance events and delta events with DA participation

Cairo Water Week (20-24 October 2019, Egypt) Cairo Water Week 2019 will address the main theme “Responding to Water Scarcity” through five sub-themes overarching a broad spectrum of the water scarcity.
2nd International River Summit (28-30 November 2019, India) The theme of this summit is ‘Building a Sustainable and Resilient Future Through Water’. It is organised by the River Water User Association (India) and the International River-Basin Foundation. The focus will be on integrated water resources and their management to achieve water and food security; climate change impacts; agricultural development; ways to achieve sustainability through latest technologies, information and communications technology (ICT) and resource mobilization.
Dhaka Water Knowledge Days 2019 (27-31 October 2019) This event will focus on exchange of experiences, knowledge, development and good practices in the water sector amongst Bangladesh, and International water experts. The event will include workshops and practical presentations by Bangladesh and International experts while simultaneously offering opportunities of training in specific various open-source software alongside non-open source software packages.
Amsterdam International Water Week (AIWW) (4-8 November 2019, the Netherlands)
Tenth International Symposium on Land Subsidence (20-24 April 2020, the Netherlands) Call for abstracts open: New innovative technologies and approaches are needed to reduce or, in the best case, to stop land subsidence. TISOLS2020 intends to bring together 300+ international experts to share the latest research and insights on natural and anthropogenic land-level lowering.
Adaptation Futures 2020 in India (27-30 April 2020) The 6th International Climate Change Adaptation Conference envisages to advance the overall theme of 'accelerating adaptation action and knowledge to support action'. The conference seeks to explore this overarching need through multiple thematic tracks.

Past Events

Webinar: Ten Principles for Good Co-Production in African Weather and Climate Services (5 September 2019) In this webinar, co-production principles discerned from 18 case studies across Africa, as part of the on-going development of a climate services co-production manual, will be shared. The webinar will use examples from specific case studies to demonstrate how each principle can be put into use, as well as practical tips.
Saline Futures Conference (10-13 September 2019, the Netherlands) The conference will take place on 10-13 September 2019 in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands). Addressing Climate Change and Food Security, Building a community of science and practice on saline agriculture.
International conference on Coastal Management (24-26 September 2019, France) This ninth coastal management conference will look at how new approaches to coastal engineering can integrate with local planning and ‘place-shaping’ to encourage visionary adaptation to coastal change.
Institution of Civil Engineers
Webinar: Coastal evolution and management: a new tool to understand the past and future (4 July 2019) IHE Delft Professor Roelvink will take you on a tour along typical coasts to show you the serious problems we are already facing and will be exacerbated by sea level rise and changes in wind and wave climate. He will pick your brains on tools and ideas to keep our precious coastlines.
IHE Delft
Dutch Diamonds in the delta, seminar and matchmaking event, (8 May 2019, Utrecht, the Netherlands) 'Dutch Diamonds in the Delta' is a research program by Utrecht University, Deltares, RVO, LANDac about inclusive and resilient delta interventions in the global South. The findings of an assessment are used to develop a multi-year program for the Dutch National Research Agenda (NWA), aimed at strengthening the linkages between the Dutch Delta Approach and the SDGs. In order to assure co-production a consortium of stakeholders will be established for the NWA program, consisting of private sector actors, knowledge institutions and civil society organization. On May 8 a seminar will be held for (potential) consortium members and other key institutions in order to present the findings and discuss the further development of the Dutch Diamonds in the Delta program. Registration RSVP to Murtah Shannon at
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