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ICC 28th Session Delegates Discuss National Human Rights Institutions’ Role in Monitoring Water Governance

The international public-interest development organisation WaterLex convened a well-attended panel discussion at the Palais des Nations in Geneva Friday (13 March 2015) to explore the roles national human rights institutions (NHRIs) can play in monitoring water governance. The discussion, attended by about 65 delegates of the 28th session of the International Coordinating Committee (ICC) of […]

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Latest By Year By Keyword/Tag Mexico decrees that everyone should have enough drinking water August 6 2019 Leer en español The human right to water was introduced in the Mexican constitution in February 2012. A key step in its implementation was guaranteed on 1st July this year, when the National Water Commission (CONAGUA) decreed that […]

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In 2015, WaterLex participated in, or hosted, the following events: 25-26 November: Conference: “Human rights: the Millennium Development Goals for Sustainable Development Goals” Mexico: WaterLex Executive Director Jean-Benoit Charrin is speaking at the Mexico National Commission for Human Rights international seminar event on “Human rights: the Millennium Development Goals for Sustainable Development Goals.” The event will […]

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By David Snow | WaterLex | The international public-interest development organisation WaterLex has published a new book offering novel approaches to help realise peoples’ human rights: National Human Rights Institutions and Water Governance: Compilation of Good Practices (click link for download). The book’s official launch will take place on 13 March 2015 at a WaterLex side event to the […]

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