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The human right to water and sanitation is guaranteed as a component of the right to an adequate standard of living as consecrated in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (a treaty which is binding for 160 countries). This has implications for the work of rural water supply professionals and practitioners. It also has implications for water users as well as national and local leaders.
But have you thought about what it actually means for you, and your engagement with others? This document consolidates the reply of a three-week E-Disucssion on this topic hosted by RWSN Equity and Inclusion Group in April/May 2012.
CAMACHO, B. (2012) Human Right to Water: What does it mean for your work?. First RWSN E-Discussion (April/May 2012) , Skat/WaterAid , RWSN
Human right to Water E-Discussion 2012 - Consolodated Reply
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