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== General Issues ==
 
== General Issues ==

Revision as of 07:47, 12 June 2007

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General Issues

This section provides the basis for a thorough understanding of the concepts, a review of the leading policies and/or directives that sustain ICZM efforts in the region through the most relevant EU documents, and resulting Capacity Building needs.


The Integrated approach to Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)

The Capacity Building Concept

The European Context

Capacity Building in the frame of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)

This section provides insights into the different scenarios for Capacity Building among EU countries, and it portraits the distinctive regional issues that permeate current and future Capacity Building efforts. It also provides technical background on capacity building needs associated to the ICZM policy cycle as well as different assessment tools, whether for human or institutional capacity building.


Evidence of Needs

Capacity Building Needs Associated to the ICZM Cycle

Article by Stella Maris Vallejo* and Maria D. Herrera Ximenez** - 10/05/2007

(*) Consultant

(**) Coastal Resources Centre, University of Rhode Island

Assessment

Existing Resources

This section provides the definitions and a good differentiation between 'education' and 'training' with a number of illustrative examples with good and bad practices and the lessons learned. This will be also supported by the results of the Survey on ICZM courses and programmes in Europe being carried out by theme 10. The relevance of different existing platforms for informal capacity buiding efforts are also explored. Finally, the learning cycle for ICZM and the different factors affecting its effectiveness are presented.


Formal Capacity Building

Informal Capacity Building

Good and Bad Practices and Lessons Learned

Maximising Capacity Building Effectiveness