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Directorate for Environmental Protection Ministry for Science and Environment (2007) -  National Environmental Strategy of the Republic of Serbia.
 
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Directorate for Water (MAFWM) (2006) - Water Management in Serbia.
 
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Directorate for Water (MAFWM) (2008) - National Water Sector Status and Prospectives.
 
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Directorate for Water (MAFWM) (2008) - Water Monitoring and Control in Serbia.
 
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EC (2008) – ‘Serbia 2008 Progress Report: Enlargement Strategy and Main Challenges 2008 – 2009’.
 
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EC (2009) – ‘Serbia 2009 Progress Report: Enlargement Strategy and Main Challenges 2009 – 2010’.
 
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EC SEC (2009) - Promoting effective financing for the environment in regions covered by the enlargement process and the European Neighbourhood Policy. Brussels.
 
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EIB (2008) - “EIB Financing in the Western Balkans 1995–2007”, http://www.eib.org/projects/publications/eib-financing-in-western-balkans.htm
 
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Environmental Protection Agency (2007) - Environment in Serbia: an indicator-based review, 1st ed. Belgrade.
 
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European Agency for Reconstruction (2006) - Sector Review Paper on the Water Supply and Waste Water Sector.
 
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Government of the Republic of Serbia (2003) – National Poverty Reduction Strategy. Belgrade.
 
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Government of the Republic of Serbia (2003) – ‘The National Waste Management Strategy – including the Programme of Harmonisation with the EU’.
 
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Government of the Republic of Serbia (2006) – ‘Millennium Development Goals in the Republic of Serbia: Monitoring Framework’.
 
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Government of the Republic of Serbia (2008) – ‘National Sustainable Development Strategy 2008’.
 
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Government of the Republic of Serbia (2007) – ‘National Environmental Strategy 2007’.
 
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Institute of Public Health of Serbia (2001-2005) - Annual report on drinking water safety in urban water supply systems in the Republic of Serbia. Belgrade.
 
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KfW (2009) - Financing Water supply and Sewerage Systems in Serbia: The KfW Approach.
 
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Mileusnic-Vucic, V. (Directorate for water (2006) - Economic Instruments in Water Management.
 
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National Institute for Public Health “Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut” (2009) – Report on Drinking Water for 2008.
 
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OECD – Overseas Development Assistance database on environmental infrastructure allocations between 2005 and 2007.
 
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REC (2005) - Targeting the Environmental Investment Challenge in South Eastern Europe.
 
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REC (2010) – Updated Poverty Environmental Investment Programme (PEIP) Priority Project Lists 2007–2009. (http://www.rec.org/REC/Programs/REREP/PEIP/peip2007.html)
 
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Republic Development Bureau (2009) – ‘Report on Development for 2008’.
 
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Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities and MISP, The Working Group for PUC Transformation (2007) - PUC Transformation in Serbia - Towards more efficient operation and the development of communal infrastructure.
 
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Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities, Delegation of the European Commission to the Republic of Serbia and Municipal Infrastructure Support Programme (2009) - Green Paper on PUC Transformation.
 
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The Protector of Citizens of the Republic of Serbia (2009) – ‘The Protector of Citizens Annual Report 2009’. Belgrade.
 
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UNDP (2009a) – ‘Human Development Report 2009. Overcoming Barriers: Human Mobility and Development’.
 
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UNDP (2009b) – ‘Progress Of The Realization of Millennium Development Goals in the Republic of Serbia’. December 2009.
 
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UNECE (2002) - Environmental Performance Reviews: Republic of Serbia – first review. Geneva.
 
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UNECE (2007) - Environmental Performance Reviews: Republic of Serbia – second review. Geneva.
 
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United Nations in Serbia (2008) – ‘Realising Roma Rights’.
 
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WHO (2009) – ‘Environment and Health Performance Review- Serbia 2009’.
 
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WHO and UNICEF (2006) - Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment.
 

Revision as of 14:33, 30 September 2010

edit  ·  Toolkit Human Rights-Based Approach (HRBA) to Water Governance
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Detailed documentation: Background | Regional aspects | Regional Programme | Methodology
PHASE 1: Checklist (Bosnia and Herzegovina | Georgia | Moldova | Tajikistan | Turkey | Ukraine)
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WaterWiki-resources:Rights to Water and Sanitation: A Handbook for Activists | UN Human Rights Council Resolution on Water and Sanitation | UN Recognises Access to Clean Water as a Basic Human Right | Human Rights-Based Approach | Applying a HRBA to Water:A Case Study | Water-related Legislation and Conventions | The Right to Water - WHO Publication | A UN Convention on the Right to Water - An Idea Whose Time Has Come | International Conference on the Right to Water and Sanitation in Theory and Practice | Q&A: The Right to Water | General Comment 15 (2002) | Q&A: Water Governance | Water and Health | Equitable Access to Water and Human Rights | European Union Water Framework Directive | Essay: What exactly is “The Right to Water”? | Protocol on Water and Health | Protocol on Water and Health/Q&A | Lessons Learned From Rights-Based Approaches in the Asia-Pacific Region | Human Rights-Based Approach Strategies adopted by UNICEF Laos | Utility Privatisation through the Lens of Human Rights | The Right to Water - From Concept to Implementation | The Human Right to Water:Translating Theory into Practice | Report of the Seminar on Human Rights and MDGs, May 2009
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Contents

Annex 1. SWOT analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to achieving sustainable development in Serbia


Annex 2. Overview of current water and wastewater projects funded by multilateral and bilateral cooperation (2008-2010)


Annex 3. Acronyms

Annex 4. List of Persons Met

Belgrade Centre for Minority Rights - Andrea Colak, Executive Director.

Belgrade Waterworks and Sewerage - Vladimir Jankovic (Deputy General Manager) and Zoran Radivojevic.

"Environmental Ambassadors" NGO - Andjelka Mihajlov, and Zeleni Vrbas.

Environmental Movement of Vrbas NGO -Ratko Djurdjevac.

EU MISP - Nenad Colic.

Grand Backa Canal Environmental Hot Spots Project - Dobrila Simic (Project Manager).

Institute for Public Health of the City of Belgrade - Branislava Matic, Snezana Dejanovic and Katarina Spasovic.

Institution of the Ombudsman -Violeta Coric and Jablanka Tabas.

MAFWM, Water Directorate - Vladimir Tanackovic.

MESP - Nebojsa Pokimica, EU integration.

Ministry of Health - Dr. Dubravka Saranovic-Ralcic.

Ministry of Human and Minority Rights - Ljuan Koko (Head Roma National Strategy Secretariat).

PUC "Belgrade Water and sewage" - Zoran Radivojevic and Vladimir Jankovic.

SCTM - Ljubinka Kaludjerovic.

UNDP Serbia Team Leaders and Programme Officers.

UN HABITAT, Zlata Vuksanovic-Macura.

UNHCR - Olivera Vukotic.


References


See also

External Resources

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