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1 LIDC-Water Governance-200803101 What is governance? How can the governance of water be improved? Tony Allan, SOAS and KCL

2 LIDC-Water Governance-200803102 The term governance needs to be rescued from its unfortunate loss of status. It is being increasingly questioned as a potentially useful focus and approach for enhancing the management of water and the protection of water services.

3 LIDC-Water Governance-200803103 The loss of status is partly a consequence of the many users of the term failing to agree definitions.

4 LIDC-Water Governance-200803104 The loss of status is partly a consequence of the many users of the term failing to agree definitions. Who does it? Wit participation?

5 LIDC-Water Governance-200803105 The loss of status is partly a consequence of the many users of the term failing to agree definitions. Who does it? With participation? Who is it done to? With participation

6 LIDC-Water Governance-200803106 The loss of status is partly a consequence of the many users of the term failing to agree definitions. Who does it? With participation Who is it done to? With participation Are the issues subject to governance the same - even across the water sector?

7 LIDC-Water Governance-200803107 The loss of status is partly a consequence of the many users of the term failing to agree definitions. Who does it? - participation? Who is it done to? - participation? Are the key issues subject to governance the same - even across the water sector? ____ First some social theory will be shown to be helpful in providing an analytical framework for the different water sub-sectors - value v. volume: 1 Water supply and sanitation (WSS) - 10%/90% 2 Water resources - 90%/10%

8 LIDC-Water Governance-200803108 A framework for communicating about governance at all (?) scales Cultural theory / Plural rationalities After Mary Douglas

9 LIDC-Water Governance-200803109 A framework for communicating about governance at all (?) scales [Beware exporting neo-liberal theory!!] [Also the discourse here today is interdisciplinary and liable to cross-sterilisation.]

10 LIDC-Water Governance-2008031010 Civil society Fatalists Government Hierarchists Social movements Ethicists Private sector Entrepreneurs Douglas/Thompson - ways of life Cultural theory - Douglas et al. No control Control Non-conforming Conforming

11 LIDC-Water Governance-2008031011 Hierarchy Civil movements Private sector Douglas/Thompson ways of life. Civil society Employment Consumption Markets Control Non-conforming Conforming Cultural theory - Douglas et al. Employment, Taxation Democracy No control Advocacy

12 LIDC-Water Governance-2008031012.??? Fatalists.gov Hierarchists.org Ethicists. com Entrepreneurs Douglas/Thompson - ways of life

13 LIDC-Water Governance-2008031013.??? Fatalists.gov Hierarchists.org Ethicists.com Entrepreneurs Douglas/Thompson - ways of life Risk managing The policy-making contribution of the three contributing social solidarities on for example RISK.

14 LIDC-Water Governance-2008031014.??? Fatalists.gov Hierarchists.org Ethicists.com Entrepreneurs Douglas/Thompson - ways of life Risk managing Risk avoiding The policy-making contribution of the three contributing social solidarities on for example RISK.

15 LIDC-Water Governance-2008031015.??? Fatalists.gov Hierarchists.org Ethicists.com Entrepreneurs Douglas/Thompson - ways of life Risk managing Risk avoidingRisk taking The policy-making contribution of the three contributing social solidarities on for example RISK.


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