World Water Day 2023
is about accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis. Every year, since 1993 the World Water Day has been celebrating water and raising awareness of the 2.2 billions of people around the world living without access to safe water.
To bring awareness to the issues, we would like to highlight some material on this topic.
See section 1.3. Clean water and sanitation in Ituarte-Lima
, C (2021) ‘Is COVID-19 frustrating or facilitating sustainability transformations? An assessment from a human rights law perspective’ in Human rights and COVID-19, Kjaerum, M
, Davis, M
., Lyons, A., (eds), Routledge.
This webinar discussed the question of “What does the right to a healthy environment mean for water resources?”
Short article on the right to water: https://www.unrisd.org/en/library/blog-posts/realizing-the-human-right-to-clean-water-time-to-rethink-the-legal-architecture
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