Effective Water Governance: Action through Partnership in Central and Eastern Europe

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Type of Report

Regional Report

Title

Effective Water Governance: Action through Partnership in Central and Eastern Europe

Author

This regional report was prepared within the framework of the GWP-CEE „Governance” Task Force

led by Prof. Laszlo Somlyody (Hungary). It was written by Prof. Janusz Kindler (Poland) and Dr. Harry Liiv (Estonia) on the basis of national reports prepared by GWP Country Water Partnerships of Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and the Slovak Republic, and other relevant publications.

Year Published

2003

URL

Description

This document, Dialogue on Effective Water Governance: Action through Partnership (in Central and Eastern Europe), is a status report prepared for presentation at the 3rd World Water Forum in Kyoto, Japan, March 16-23, 2003. This document brings together the experience gained after conducting the Dialogue on Effective Water Governance for one year. The Dialogue on Effective Water Governance was designed to be as broad based as possible and constructed through country and regional workshops and roundtables that brought together parliamentarians, government agencies, key water practitioners, community groups, NGOs, UN agencies, donors, the private sector and others. The participatory nature of the Dialogue will deliver new hope for sustainable water management in the new millennium.

See Also

Situation in Eastern Europe and Russia

Situation in South-Eastern Europe ("Western Balkan")

Situation in the new EU-Member/Neighbour States

Water for the 21st Century: Vision to Action — Central and Eastern Europe

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