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The Water Forum

The "Water Forum", established in 2009 by the Samuel Neaman Institute in cooperation with Israel Water Authority and the Grand Water Research Institute at the Technion, serves as a platform for discussing and analyzing key issues in order to contribute to the formulation of white papers on a variety of topics in the field of water related strategy and policy.

The discussions in the Water Forum are conducted in an academic and professional framework by a team that comprises experts in various academic and research institutions and public and governmental entities dealing with topics related directly and indirectly to policy issues in the water sector. The discussions are an important stage in the examination and analysis of the emphases and main directions of the water policy in Israel, and we hope that they will help in formulating long-term strategies for the water sector in Israel. The Forum documents are edited in a format that is suitable for the use of policy makers and decision makers in the water sector.

The discussions in the Water Forum are conducted in an academic and professional framework by a team that comprises experts in various academic and research institutions and public and governmental agencies dealing with topics related directly and indirectly to policy issues in the water sector. The discussions are an important stage in the examination and analysis of the emphases and main directions of the water policy in Israel, and we hope that they will help in formulating long-term policies for the water sector in Israel. In this regard, the topics to be discussed in the forum are agreed by all three partners and address key topics related to the Long-Term Master Plan for the National Water Sector (2050) that is being formulated by the Water Authority in the last few years. The Forum documents are edited in a format that is suitable for the use of policy makers and decision makers in the water sector.

The forum meetings:

* The first meeting was focused on the "management policy of the effluent system in Israel".

* The second meeting on "Water and Agriculture".

* The Third on "Water for nature and rivers restoration".