Creating legal space for water user organizations - FAO LEGISLATIVE STUDY 100
FAO LEGISLATIVE STUDY
100

Creating legal space for water user organizations
transparency, governance
and the law

by
Stephen Hodgson

for the  
Development Law Service - FAO Legal Office




FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2009


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD

1. INTRODUCTION

2. BACKGROUND TO THE SECTOR REFORMS IN THE TRANSITION COUNTRIES

3. IRRIGATION SECTOR REFORMS: OPTIONS, SOLUTIONS AND LEGAL PROBLEMS

4. SEEKING LEGAL SOLUTIONS

5. DESIGNING AND DRAFTING WUO LEGISLATION – CONCEPTUAL APPROACH AND CONTENTS

6. CONCLUSION

Bibliography
Legislation



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