2020 – WFEO Statement on Inclusive Engineering for all
WFEO and its members continue to develop innovative engineering solutions and to build sustainable, inclusive and resilient communities, for global peace.
2020 – WFEO Statement for International Women in Engineering Day
The International Women in Engineering Day takes place on 23rd June and is an opportunity to focus on women – not only women in engineering and the work they do, but also to reflect the need for more gender diversity and inclusion in the engineering sector, and consider the role that engineering and technology plays in addressing some of the disproportionate disadvantages faced by women around the world.
2020 – WFEO position to the build-back-better call for arms
As many stakeholders are now reflecting upon a “build-back-better” strategy after the COVID-19 crisis, and in the context of the World Environment Day celebrated on 5 June.
2019 – WFEO Declaration on Climate Emergency
WFEO, following its 2019 General Assembly in Melbourne, and in the frame of the COP25 held this week in Madrid, expresses its deep concern on the matter of climate emergency.
WFEO has summarized its position and commitment to act quickly through the following Declaration on Climate Emergency
2019 – Declaration on Global Engineering Education Standards and Capacity Building for Sustainable Development
The Declaration was signed on 21 November 2019 during the WFEO Plenary on Engineering Education at the WEC2019, between WFEO, UNESCO and International Engineering Alliance on the need to work together for internationally recognised engineering education standards and capacity building in engineering education.
2018 – The Paris Declaration: Advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals through Engineering
The Paris Declaration has been jointly signed by WFEO and UNESCO on our commitments to progress the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through engineering. This Declaration establishes the role that WFEO will play with UNESCO in leading engineering projects which meet this objective, it has been signed during the WFEO Symposium at the UNESCO Fontenoy Building on 7th March 2018.
2013 – The Abuja Declaration
Declarations from World Engineers’ Conventions
2019 – World Engineers’ Convention – Melbourne
“Engineering a Sustainable World: The Next 100 Years”
2015 – World Engineers’ Convention – Kyoto
“Engineering: Innovation and Society”
2011 – World Engineers’ Convention – Geneva
“Engineers Power the World: Facing the Global Energy Challenge”
2008 – World Engineers’ Convention – Brasilia
“Engineering: Innovations with Social Responsibility”
2004 – World Engineers’ Convention – Shanghai
“Engineers Shape the Sustainable Future”
2000 – World Engineers’ Convention – Hanover
“Humankind – Nature – Technology”
The Tunis Declaration on Engineering and food Security in Africa
The Ljubljana Declaration on Construction Resilience
The Mombasa Declaration on Harvesting Blue Economy for Accelerated Economic Growth
The Mombasa Declaration on Harvesting Blue Economy for Accelerated Economic Growth was agreed by the participants of the 5th Africa Engineering Week 2018, held between 17-21 September in Mombasa, Kenya.
The Beijing Declaration for Promoting Public Science Literacy Across the World
The Beijing Declaration for Promoting Public Science Literacy Across the World, was agreed by the international member organisations including WFEO, that attended the World Conference on Science Literacy 2018 held between 17-19 September in Beijing, China.
WFEO/FMOI 50th Anniversary Madrid Declaration: Water, the future that we want
WFEO was proud to be signatory to the declaration on progress the UN Sustainable Development Declaration on water (SDG 6) at the Symposium hosted by our national member IIE Spain on 1st March 2018