Environment and development
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Regional Workshop for the Asia-Pacific University Twinning Network ‘Exploring Wise Practice Agreements’

Khuraburi, Thailand 25-28 November 2002

Report written by Derek Elias

Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Asia-Pacific University Twinning Network
1.3 Wise practice (multi-stakeholder) agreements
1.4 Goals of the workshop
1.5 Programme and organization
1.6 Workshop participants
1.7 Organization of this report
2.0 Wise Practice Characteristics and Agreements
2.1 Wise practice characteristics
2.2 Conceptualisation of wise practice (multi-stakeholder) agreements
3.0  Potential Applications for Wise Practice (Multi-stakeholder) Agreements in the Asia-Pacific Region
3.1 Alang-Sosiya Ship-Breaking Yard, Gujarat, India
3.2 Surin Islands, Andaman Sea, Thailand
3.3 Ulugan Bay, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines
3.4 Säa’anapu and Sätaoa Villages, Upolu Islands, Samoa
3.5 Motu Koita Urban Villages, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
3.6 Jakarta Bay and the Seribu Islands, Indonesia
3.7 Commonalities and key differences among the proposals for multi-stakeholder agreements
4.0 Role of the Asia-Pacific UNITWIN Network
5.0 Concluding Remarks
Annex 1 – UNITWIN agreement
Annex 2 – Workshop programme
Annex 3 – Participant list
Annex 4 – Workshop papers

 

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