3rd Annual International Law and Transboundary Freshwaters Workshop 2012

Posted: 2012-03-27

June 11-14, 2012, IHP - HELP Centre for Water Law, Policy & Science under the auspices of UNESCO, University of Dundee, UK

International law related to transboundary freshwater serves three basic functions: (1) it defines and identifies the legal entitlements and rights and obligations tied to water use, providing the prescriptive parameters for its development; (2) it provides a framework for ensuring the continuous integrity of the regime, i.e. through monitoring, regulation, compliance, stakeholder participation, dispute avoidance and settlement; and (3) it allows for rational modifications of the existing regime, in order to be able to adapt to the constantly changing needs and circumstances.

Workshop programme.


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