Analysis of the Mexican legal framework from a human rights perspective WaterLex and White & Case published a legal mapping research study for Mexico. It is a detailed analytical review of the laws relating to water and sanitation, including health and the environment. The study included research on the legislation in three federated States, […]
Strengthening the role of National Human Rights Institutions in water governance for the realisation of human rights More than 100 countries currently have National Human Rights Institutions (“NHRIs”) charged with promoting and protecting human rights. Even though it is their role resulting from the unique powers conferred upon them in relation to human rights protection […]
Uganda Country Mapping: The Status of Implementation and Monitoring of the Human Right to Water and Sanitation.
This 2015 publication provides an extensive review of the the status of implementation and monitoring of the human right to water and sanitation in Uganda.
This manual, written by UNDP CAP-Net, REDICA, the Water Governance Facility, and WaterLex, introduces human rights and IWRM to the reader, progressively integrating them into a single approach that has been dubbed a ‘human rights-based approach (HRBA) to integrated water resources management’ or, in short, an ‘HRBA to IWRM’. (Please note this manual version is […]
The Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land Based Activities (GPA), part of The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), collaborated with WaterLex on an in-depth study resulting in a 120-page e-book which details effective efforts in wastewater regulation around the world. The e-book, […]
Supporting policy processes to achieve the human right to water and sanitation. With the contribution of WaterLex