By John Morrow
This learn provides an account of Coleridge's writings on politics from the point of view of the background of political notion and gives an research of the whole diversity of his political idea from the "Bristol Lectures" of 1795 to "On the structure of the Church and kingdom" of 1829.
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3 The Recent Developments at the UN International Law Commission In 2002 the ILC included in its programme of work the topic of “Shared Natural Resources” covering “confined” transboundary groundwaters, oil and natural gas. Ambassador Yamada, the Special Rapporteur appointed on the topic chose a step by step approach, and decided to start by the first item: transboundary groundwaters. He submitted three reports on the topic to the ILC. ___________________ 1 Oral communication by Sébastien Javogues, from the Communauté des Communes du Genevois, at the meeting on “Gestion partagée des eaux souterraines” organized by the Académie de l’eau, November 24, 2006, Paris, France.
3 Objectives of the Training Programme Taking into account the cultural differences between neighboring countries, our program has the following general objectives: Build the capacities necessary to participate in the implementation of the UN sustainable development principles and the Millennium Development Goals (MGDs), especially the careful use of shared groundwater resources, the integration of shared groundwater resources management in the sector of economic policies of the concerned countries, and the establishment of efficient partnerships, including public participation, at international level for a joint management of the shared groundwater resources; the MDG 7 and 8 are particularly concerned: “Ensure environmental sustainability” and “Develop a global partnership for development”; • Develop communication capacities between policy, science and technology at international level, such as the mutual understanding of scientific and legal languages and methods; and an interest in the cultural and historical dimensions on the other side of the border, keeping in mind the specificities of groundwater management; • Develop the sensitivity to conflict resolution and harmonization of languages, and build the capacities necessary to answer crises where transboundary groundwater plays a role; • 2 Education in Transboundary Groundwater Management 29 Our program has the more specific following objectives: • • • • • • • Review the economic principles, methods and instruments concerning water resources management, and their adaptation to groundwater in an international context; Review the existing financial instruments, especially international, of use for transboundary groundwater management; Provide information on UN activities and the international community in general and in the domain of natural resources; Show the significance of groundwater in general and transboundary groundwater in particular, in terms of related political and technical problems, such as allocation of water, preservation of recharge in quantity and quality, protection of recharge areas, and land-use policies; Identify the various types of transboundary groundwater and the related specificities, questions and difficulties, including climate change and global warming aspects; Give a general introduction to transboundary groundwater management practices; Give a general introduction to Integrated Water Resources Management, showing the role of groundwater in the hydrological cycle, stressing the transboundary specificities and difficulties, and giving a broad vision of water management policies, methods and techniques.
Therefore, UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (IHP), through its Internationally Shared Aquifer Resources Management (ISARM) project has started to design training programmes, which after presenting the complete picture of the hydrological cycle, focus on transboundary groundwater in a pluridisciplinary way. The preliminary phase was discussed during an experts’ workshop held at UNESCO Headquarters in November 2006. During this meeting, the invited experts identified the challenges and contents of the courses, both for university graduates and professional training, as well as the pedagogical methods.