UNSW-GWI is proud to lead the Oceania chapter of the International Water Resources Association (IWRA).
IWRA is a global network of water experts who are passionate about protecting the world's water resources. Established in 1971, the non-profit NGO bridges disciplines and geographies to connect professionals, students, institutions and corporations. Its goal is to improve and expand the understanding of water resources through education, research and information exchange, based on the core belief that sustainability requires Interdisciplinary and international cooperation.
In recent years, IWRA has begun establishing regional Chapters to enhance networking amongst regional members and to support regionally-based activities. As the lead of the IWRA Oceania Chapter, UNSW-GWI will develop of a management committee and a regional charter, build the membership base and design regional activities in co-operation with IWRA headquarters.
Becoming an IWRA member offers a number of exclusive benefits. These are:
- Access to Water International Journal: Seven issues per year in electronic format (printed option available) and free access to the archives of all previous issues
- World Water Congress Material: Access to posters, abstracts, and other material from multiple past congresses
- Inclusion in the IWRA Member Directory, mail server and social networks
- Engagement in National and Regional Chapters, international programs and processes
- Special rates for IWRA events
- A quarterly newsletter to stay informed about the latest updates and water related events
- Opportunities to publish announcements on the IWRA Website and Newsletter at no charge to inform the community about your innovative activities
To become an IWRA member, please click here