People, Power and Rivers: Experiences from the Damodar River, India Essay

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WaterNepal WaterNepal JOURNAL OF WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT Volume 9/10 Number 1/2 July 2001-July 2003 ISSN 1027-0345 Water, Human Rights and Governance Volume 9/10 Number 1/2 Pages 1-422 July 2001-July 2003 Water, Human Rights and Governance Cover_Press.p65 2-3 9/21/03, 12:23 PM Volume 9/10 Number 1/2 July 2001-July 2003 JOURNAL OF WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ISSN 1027-0345 Editor Ajaya Dixit Co-Editor Dipak Gyawali, Pragya Royal Nepal Academy of Science and Technology Review Editors Rajendra Pradhan, Anthropologist Sudhindra Sharma, Sociologist Madhukar Upadhya, Watershed Management Specialist Editorial Associates Ngamindra Dahal, Hydro-meteorologist Kanchan Dixit, Ecologist Rakshya Rajyashwori Thapa, Environmental Analyst Pratibha Sarojini Manaen, Interdisciplinary Researcher Correspondence The Editor, Water Nepal Nepal Water Conservation Foundation P.O. Box: 2221, Kathmandu, Nepal. Email: nwcf@wlink.com.np Telephone 977-1-5528111, 5542354 Fax: 977-1-5524816 © Nepal Water Conservation Foundation, 2003 ISSN 1027-0345 Typesetting/Layout Narayan Adhikari and Gita Bhomi Cover Design Format Graphic Studio, Naxal, Kathmandu, Nepal Management and Distribution Maya Nath Bhattarai and Gopal Adhikari Printing Format Printing Press Kalopul, Kathmandu, Nepal Price (including second class postage) Nepal: Rs 500, India IRs 500, Elsewhere: US$ 25.00 (Air mail US$ 6.00 additional) CONTENTS Foreword Water, Human Rights and Governance: Issues, Debates and Perspectives 1-9 Marcus Moench, Ajaya Dixit and Elisabeth Caspari The Starting Point Ethical Considerations in Water Management Systems 11-114 13-27 M. Ramon Llamas Human Rights, Ethics and Governance the Work of the World Humanity Action Trust 29-36 Jack Jeffery Which Rights are Right? Water Rights, Culture,

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