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Indo-Pacific Conference on Strengthening Governance of Transboundary Rivers, October 15-16, 2020
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|Title:||Indo-Pacific Conference on Strengthening Governance of Transboundary Rivers, October 15-16, 2020|
|Authors:||East-West Center (Washington, D.C.)|
|Keywords:||Mekong River Watershed - Congresses|
Mekong River Watershed - Politics and government - Congresses
Watersheds - Political aspects - Southeast Asia - Congresses
|Publisher:||Washington, DC : East-West Center|
|Abstract:||The Indo-Pacific Conference on Strengthening Governance of Transboundary Rivers was a half-day, virtual conference organized by the East-West Center and hosted by the U.S. Department of State on October 15-16, 2020. The virtual conference convened partners and stakeholders from across the Indo-Pacific region to share best practices and lessons learned related to the cooperative development and management of transboundary rivers. The engaging and constructive discussion with leading experts, institutions, and opinion leaders drew lessons from experiences of other partners beyond the Indo-Pacific, including from the European Union, to address rising environmental, economic, development, and political challenges in the Mekong River Basin.|
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|Table of Contents:||Executive Summary -- Policy Recommendations -- Key Debates -- Conference Session Summaries -- Conference Speakers' Asia Pacific Bulletin Articles (Forward the Mekong-U.S. partnerships / Brian Eyler, Courtney Weatherby - From Transparent to Transparency: The Evolution of the Mekong River Commission's Prior Consultation Process / An Pich Hatda - United States-Canada Transboundary Water Governance Prioritizes Stakeholder Engagement / Jane Corwin - Negotiating Transboundary River Governance in Myanmar / Khin Ohnmar Htwe - Stakeholder engagement in the Mekong River: Relevant Findings from the Blue Peace Index / Matus Samel - The Need to Move from Water Government to Water Governance Involving Civil Society / Leonie Pearson - Stakeholder Engagement on Transboundary Water Management in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam / Jake Brunner, Raphaël Glémet - Lessons from Australia's Intra-Country Transboundary Rivers Governance / John Dore - A Role Model for Water Governance in a Shared Basin: the Example of the Danube / Ivan Zavadsky - Riparian Governance in South Asia: Many Rivers to Cross / Rajiv Bhatia) -- Keynote Addresses (Opening remarks: Rivers as a Cornerstone of Civilization / David R. Stilwell - Opening Remarks / Somkiat Prajamwong - Closing remarks / To Minh Thu - Closing remarks / Jae-kyung Park - Closing remarks / Ambassador Michael G. DeSombre) -- Conference Agenda and Speaker Biographies.|
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