Month: November 2019

The human right to sanitation is an international binding norm, and the obligation to protect respect and realise these human rights is not only for governments.  Businesses also have a duty.  It should not only be a ‘nice to have’ but it can also make good business sense. Amanda Loeffen introduces this concept at the […]

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Vulnerable people are the most excluded from access to safe water and sanitation, and the lack of recognition of this fact creates the main stumbling block for States to realise their Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). WaterLex launches a revolutionary assessment tool to support governments to assess how to improve legal and policy frameworks to include […]

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