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The Varbitsa River Watershed Council (Bulgaria): Outcomes of NGO involvement at the local level in an ethnically mixed, environmentally degrading and impoverished mountain region in Bulgaria
A paper presented at an international conference on the management of river resources by communities, held by Global Water Partnership in Prague (November 2002)
Associate Professor Evgenii Dainov – Chairman; Maria Pancheva – Executive Director
The Centre for Social Practices (CSP) was set up by civil society activists in 1994 with the express intention of working towards citizen empowerment in a post-totalitarian situation. One of the more durable lines of work since then has proven the problematic of community involvement in the decision-making regarding rivers (their defence against degrading interference, resolution of conflicts arising out of access to water issues, river enhancement and development in the framework of sustainable development).

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