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A new report on: Strengthening the Western Indian Ocean regional seas framework: A review of potential modalities

Julien Rochette and Raphaël Billé of the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) have the pleasure to announce the publication of the attached report “Strengthening the Western Indian Ocean regional seas framework: a review of potential modalities”.

This report is part of the Project “Supporting the development of an ICZM Protocol in the Western Indian Ocean and anticipating its future implementation”, led by the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) and co-funded by the European Union (EU) and the Indian Ocean Commission (COI) through their ReCoMaP project, the French Global Environment Facility through the ACCLIMATE project, and IDDRI itself.

The report reviews and assesses potential technical, institutional and funding modalities to strengthen the regional system by setting up a technical capacity to help Parties implementing regional legal instruments. It aims at generating and feeding upcoming regional debates towards the next Nairobi Convention COP, to be held in December 2012. Your comments would be therefore more than welcome.

Download the report from: http://www.iddri.org/Publications/Collections/Analyses/Study0212_JR%20RB_WIO%20report.pdf

 

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