This OOSKAnews article was updated 29 May.
A series of nine interesting "Blue Peace Voices", short video presentations by global participants in the Blue Peace movement, were released in May.
In Episode Nine, Ilmas brings together three former classmates from the University of Lund- Clement Kopweh (Tanzania), Nicole Pfefferle (Tajikistan) and Lucia González Marin (Colombia) to hear their perspectives on water and how it will impact the future.
- Aysegul Kiberoglu: MEF University, Turkey
- Reem Al Rwashdeh: Alrai Newspaper, Jordan
- Marwa Osma: Press TV, Lebanon
- Beris Gwynne: Incitare, Switzerland
- Hana Namrouqa: The Jordan Times, Jordan
- VR Sowmithri: GIZ, India
Episodes Four, Five and Six are linked below:
- Aaron Salzburg: University of North Carolina, US
- Alexander Verbeek: Institute for Planetary Security, Netherlands
- Fred Mugira: Water Journalists Africa, Kenya
- Andras Szollosy-Nagy: National University of Public Service, Hungary
- Chris Rich, US Water Partnership
- Maria Del Carmen Ruiz: European External Action Service, Belgium
Previous Episodes of "Blue Peace Voices":
SFG is a Mumbai, India-based international think-tank engaged in crafting new policy concepts that enable decision makers to prepare for a future in uncertain times. SFG has developed the Blue Peace approach that transforms trans-boundary water into an instrument for cooperation, with collaborative and sustainable strategies, shared by riparian countries.