Expert Workshop: The Political Economy of Regionalism and International Waters

This Expert Workshop is designed to allow for a discussion on the extent and the manner in which regionalization processes influence GEF interventions and how GEF interventions can be better positioned in these processes for mutual benefit.

Agenda

Presentations

Fredrik Söderbaum - The Political Economy of Regionalism and International Waters

Phera Ramoeli - Overview of the SADC Transboundary Water Management: River Basin Management

Hashali Hamukuaya - Science to Governance in the BCLME: 20 Years of Institutional and Capacity Building for Integrated Transboundary LME Management

Canisius Kanangire - The Role of LVBC in the EAC Developmental and Integration Agenda

Peter Kanyi Maina - The Role of NELSAP In Regional Integration

Tuğba Evrim Maden - Turkey and the Implementation of the EU Aquis in the Context of Transboundary River Basins

Cletus Springer - Lessons from the Regionalization of Water Programs in the Americas

Robin Mahon - The Importance of Regional Cooperation and Governance Arrangements for Small Island Developing States

Douglas Taylor - Regional Collaboration Lessons Learned

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