Session III: IMRPOVING COMPLIANCE & ENFORCEMENT OF WATER LEGISLATION IN SWIM-SM COUNTRIES . 17-18 October 2012, Brussels. BRIEF REMINDER. Within the context of water governance & IWRM , SWIM-SM implemented in 2012 the following activities:
Within the context of water governance & IWRM, SWIM-SM implemented in 2012 the following activities:
Rules of law in the water sector involves:
adequacy of water legislations;
capacity to promote compliance;
capacity to monitor, inspect, audit & report non-compliance;
capacity to enforce through accredited monitoring;
qualified law enforcement officers and prosecutors
Well trained and qualified magistrates in the judiciary systems,
public access to justice, etc.
OVERARCHING OBJECTIVES OF PROPOSED COMPLIANCE & ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES FOR 2013 & 2014.
Develop regional guidelines on measures for improving compliance with water legislations & assess the available enforcement capacity & mechanisms currently practiced in SWIM-SM region to enforce water legislations with focus on 4 SWIM-SM PCs (Morocco, Jordan, Israel, & Egypt). In synergy with IUCN-Geneva, UNEP-ROWA.(2013)
Develop & execute a capacity development program for water & environment prosecutors and investigators including two days workshop to be followed by 12 days study tours in 3 European countries in collaboration with IUCN-Geneva and UNEP-ROWA.
Assessment of Institutional & Legislative Capacities for the Prosecution of Non-Compliance with Water Legislations.
Assess the current legislative capacity & legal procedures employed for the prosecution of violators of water legislation in the WWIM-SM PCs.
Development of Capacity of Water and Environment Magistrates:
Develop and execute a capacity building program of water & environment magistrates - judges in two days training workshop followed by 8 days study tour.
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