Click here for the main article about WaterLex activities at the World Water Forum 2015, 12-17 April in South Korea. Click here to download and print our sign, take your own photo with it, and post it to Twitter with the hashtag #WaterRules! Click here to view #WaterRules! photos from the 7th World Water […]
WaterLex to Team Up With UNESCO-IHE, SWP, FANMex and UNECE in South Korea at the 7th World Water Forum
Updated coverage, 14 April 2015: 7th World Water Forum: Putting the Water-Energy Nexus into Practice with Economic and Policy Incentives Updated coverage, 13 April 2015: 7th World Water Forum: Keys to Providing Safe Drinking Water for All Click here to view #WaterRules! photos from the 7th World Water Forum. WaterLex will join other members of the […]
Two WaterLex Legal Desk officers, Dr. Elodie Tranchez and Mr. Moez Allaoui, embark on a teaching assignment in law and water resources management today (26 March 2015) at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. They will teach a 20-hour-long module called “Right to Water,” part of a certificate in advanced studies in water governance and policy at the […]
More Photos: ICC 28th Session Delegates Discuss National Human Rights Institutions’ Role in Monitoring Water Governance
Photos on this page by Jan van de Venis.
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 […]