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Webinar on Stakeholder Dialogues in IWRM – Skills for Better Cooperation

June 23, 2014
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Date: 23 June, 2014

Time: 11:00-12:30 GMT

Venue: The World Wide Web

Approach

Core of our methodology is the Dialogic Change Model (DCM). The four phased model helps to create a change process that can be owned by all stakeholders. It allows you to structure your stakeholder processes more clearly and offers different strategies for engaging your partners.

Objectives of the Webinar

  • Sharing Best Practices and Lessons Learned for IWRM.
  • Learning about the Stakeholder Dialogue approach.
  • Building-up an exchange platform of experts on Stakeholder Dialogues in IWRM in the region.

Content

The webinar features short presentations on Integrated Water Resources Management and the Dialogic Change Model, as well as a case study of applying the DCM within IWRM. Small group and plenary discussions follow to deepen understanding and share further examples of collaboration in the water sector.

Language

Languages of instruction are: Arabic and English

Instructors:

Rami Salameh (ACWUA) and Dominic Stucker (CLI)
For more information, please download the introduction to Dialogic Change Model

Register for the Webinar

Please download the webinar registration form, fill it and send your application to:
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Deadline for applications: 16 June, 2014

Important Notes

  • All applicants should be from the Southern Mediterranean Region: Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan, Palestine (West bank & Gaza Strip), Syria and Lebanon).
  • Places are very limited – early registration is encouraged to reserve your place
  • Please feel free to spread the information within your professional network.

 About ENTIRE

ENTIRE is a two-year programme funded by the European Union. The main objective is to
promote and improve capacity on multistakeholder dialogues in IWRM in the Southern
Mediterranean Region, specifically in: Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan, Palestine
(West bank & Gaza Strip), Syria and Lebanon).
To read more about the project, please visit ENTIRE website:  ENTIRE website
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Date: June 23, 2014