Documents for Research
The National Policy Dialogues is the main operational instrument of the EU Water Initiative (EUWI), an international partnership that aims to contribute to the achievement of the water related Millennium Development Goals. UNECE is the strategic partner supporting the policy dialogue process on IWRM. The OECD is the strategic partner for water supply and sanitation. Romanian Ministry of Environment and Forests is Chair of the EUWI regional component.
Report on implementation of the European Union Water Initiative National Policy Dialogues on Integrated Water Resources Management and on Water Supply and Sanitation (Doc.ECE/MP.WAT/WG.1&2/2012/ INF.4) prepared by UNECE and OECD
New brochure (2012) on the National Policy Dialogue prepared for the opening of the UNECE Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercorses and International Lakes to all UN Member States
Dear colleagues,It is our pleasure to update you on implementation of the EU Water Initiative National Policy Dialogues in EECCA countries. Please find attached the programme newsletter in English and Russian which covers activities of the first half of 2012.Please find more publications at http://www.unece.org/environmental-policy/treaties/water/areas-of-work-of-the-convention/european-union-water-initiative-and-national-policy-dialogues/envwaternpdpublications.html
RESOLUTION ON WATER MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: POLICY AND PRIORITIES FOR EU DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION
Making a SPLASH! Newsletter September 2009
The purpose of this desk-study is to provide information and recommendations for the SPLASH project on “improving the communication channels through which water research, policy making and practice interact.” The focus is on communication processes for improving the utilization of research results.
In the report, international organizations, networks and initiatives of water sector for the developing world and those based in Europe, Asia and Africa are collated into an information source of networks relating to EUWI and European water research. In the report, a total of 48 organizations, networks and initiatives are presented as summaries.
This report is an update of SPLASH deliverable 2.3, which is a synthesis and analysis of the data generated by a survey of programmes relating to water research for developing countries, which are funded or co-funded by the national governments of the SPLASH partners.