Tag: Business and Human Rights

WaterLex is publishing these checklists for small scale water and sanitation suppliers. They are a quick and easy checklist for managers, owners and operators to see if they are considering their full range of obligations under international human rights law. If they are law, why isn’t the government taking this responsibility through regulations, you might […]

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The AGUASAN workshop this year (13th May 2019) was based on the topic of human rights to water and sanitation, and it was structured around supporting a range of small water, sanitation and hygiene entrepreneurs to help them to reach the people that are being left behind. Selling water and sanitation to the poorest of […]

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Putting People First in PPPs

Has a #HumanRights based approach been included in #PPPs? WaterLex speaks at 13th Session of the UNECE Committee on Innovation, Competitiveness and Public-Private Partnerships, exploring the need for a human rights-based approach. The session was introduced by Ralph Heinrich, of the UNECE Public-Private Partnerships Unit, and Amanda Loeffen was joined by fellow panellists Beatrice Florah […]

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