Year: 2013

WaterLex at the International Conference on the Political Economy of Water in Mumbai

Presenting the Human Rights-Based Approach to Integrated Water Resources Management  WaterLex was invited by the Nirmala Niketan College of Social Work of the University of Mumbai to attend the International Conference on the Political Economy of Water in Mumbai (India) on 19-21 December 2013. The conference focused on the role of social work in water […]

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WaterLex Operational Field Training in Mozambique

“The Human Right to Water and Sanitation: From Recognition to Implementation” In the framework of the “International Seminar on Planning, Budgeting, Investment and Good Practices in Water Sector” that took place in Maputo, Mozambique, from 3 to 5 December 2013, WaterLex organised  in cooperation with the Swiss Development Cooperation Agency a workshop on the human […]

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WaterLex Becomes a Cap-Net UNDP Network Partner

WaterLex at the Cap-Net UNDP Annual Management Meeting in Bali WaterLex was invited to participate in the Cap-Net UNDP Annual Network Managers Meeting in Bali (Indonesia) on 11-15 November 2013 which was entitled “A New Strategic Phase for Cap-Net in 2014-2017: Strengthening Networks and Fostering Partnerships”. At this occasion, WaterLex officially became a new partner […]

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Launch of the Spanish ToolKit for the Realisation of the Human Right to Water and Sanitation

  The WaterLex Toolkit for the Realisation of the Human Right to Water and Sanitation in its Spanish version has been finalized and is publicly available through our website. The objective of the ToolKit is to provide concrete guidance, tools and good practices to incorporate a Human Rights Based Approach throughout the Project Cycle Management […]

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WaterLex Training to National Human Rights Institutions at the Danish Institute for Human Rights

Contributing to the Realisation of the  Human Right to Water and Sanitation: The Role of NHRI Within the framework of the Danish Institute’s Training on NHRIs and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, WaterLex organised a training workshop in Copenhagen (Denmark) on 14 October 2013 to clarify the legal basis, meaning and implications of the human […]

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