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Symposium on Improving Public
Participation and Governance in IWM
UVA School of Law, April 18-19, 2003
Multi-stakeholder I...
The Inter-American Strategy for the Promotion of
Public Participation in Decision-making for
Sustainable Development (ISP)...
GEF/UNEP/OAS Experiences in IWRM in
Transboundary River Basins
GEF/UNEP/OAS Experiences
The Bermejo River Basin (Argentina...
The Formulation of a SAP for the San Juan River
Basin and its Coastal Zone (Costa Rica and
Nicaragua)
Ensuring Multi-stake...
The Formulation of a SAP for the San Juan River
Basin and its Coastal Zone (Costa Rica and
Nicaragua)
Ensuring Social Acce...
The Formulation of a SAP for the San Juan River
Basin and its Coastal Zone (Costa Rica and
Nicaragua)
The Strategic Action...
Opportunities and Pitfalls
 GEF-IW Projects: Implementing the ISP Policy Framework
 The Incremental Nature of GEF-IW Pro...
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Multi-stakeholder Involvement and IWRM in Transboundary River Basins: GEF/UNEP/OAS Experiences with the Strategic Action Program for the San Juan River Basin (Gonzalez, Pablo)

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The Inter-American Strategy for the Promotion of Public Participation in Decision-making for Sustainable Development (ISP). Its Principles Proactivity; Inclusiveness; Shared Responsibility; Openness throughout the process; Access; Transparency; and Respect for Public input.

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Multi-stakeholder Involvement and IWRM in Transboundary River Basins: GEF/UNEP/OAS Experiences with the Strategic Action Program for the San Juan River Basin (Gonzalez, Pablo)

  1. 1. Symposium on Improving Public Participation and Governance in IWM UVA School of Law, April 18-19, 2003 Multi-stakeholder Involvement and IWRM in Transboundary River Basins: GEF/UNEP/OAS Experiences with the Strategic Action Program for the San Juan River Basin Costa Rica and Nicaragua
  2. 2. The Inter-American Strategy for the Promotion of Public Participation in Decision-making for Sustainable Development (ISP) The ISP Its Principles Proactivity; Inclusiveness; Shared Responsibility; Openness throughout the process; Access; Transparency; and Respect for Public input Recommendations for Action  Information and Communication  Legal Frameworks  Institutional Procedures and Structures  Education and Training  Funding for Participation  Opportunities and Mechanisms for Public Participation
  3. 3. GEF/UNEP/OAS Experiences in IWRM in Transboundary River Basins GEF/UNEP/OAS Experiences The Bermejo River Basin (Argentina and Bolivia)  The Binational Commission  The Argentine Provinces  The Pilot Projects The Sao Francisco River Basin (Brazilian States and the Federal District)  The River Basin Committee of the Sao Francisco River Basin  The case of EMBRAPA
  4. 4. The Formulation of a SAP for the San Juan River Basin and its Coastal Zone (Costa Rica and Nicaragua) Ensuring Multi-stakeholder Involvement from the Earliest Stages of Project Formulation: The Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA)  The Causal-chain  The Demonstration Projects and Basic Studies  The impasse The TDA
  5. 5. The Formulation of a SAP for the San Juan River Basin and its Coastal Zone (Costa Rica and Nicaragua) Ensuring Social Acceptability of the Proposed Measures: The Strategic Action Program (SAP)  The Demonstration Projects and Basic Studies  The Public Participation Workshops  Bulletins, Web site, Festivals, Contests, and others The SAP Gender, Inequities and IWRM  Mainstreaming gender  Increasing the likelihood of success
  6. 6. The Formulation of a SAP for the San Juan River Basin and its Coastal Zone (Costa Rica and Nicaragua) The Strategic Action Program (SAP): A process for engaging all the stakeholders  Building ownership and empowering local stakeholders  Building Strategic Alliances accross the border The SAP (continues..)
  7. 7. Opportunities and Pitfalls  GEF-IW Projects: Implementing the ISP Policy Framework  The Incremental Nature of GEF-IW Projects  The Gaps in the Process: A potential setback  Varying Levels of Organization: A key factor  Gender-oriented Programs: Improving effectiveness Conclusions

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