Social learning and the sustainable use of water

April 30, 2004

Brussels, 29 Apr 2004

The SLIM project, funded under the European Commission's Fifth Framework Programme (FP5) will hold a public seminar in Brussels, Belgium, on 26 May.

The SLIM (social learning for the integrated management and sustainable use of water at a catchment scale) project focuses on the application of social learning as a conceptual framework, an operational principle, a policy instrument and a process for systemic change.

The seminar is open to policy makers, researchers, managers, professionals and other interested parties.

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