Water on the Agenda




Roundtable with the UN Special Rapporteur in Geneva

On the 11th of September Water on the Agenda participated in a roundtable hosted by the UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation Léo Heller. The roundtable was arranged to discuss mega-projects and their… Fortsett å lese →

Post on Programa Estado De La Nación website

Costa Rica’s Programa Estado De La Nación has written  about the water rights panel that Mathilde moderated during the Bergen Exchanges on Law and Social Transformation. See the full post on PEN’s website here. Thanks again to Evelyn Villareal, Jackie Dugard,… Fortsett å lese →

Water and words

Roundtable at the OHCHR in Geneva

Water on the Agenda are heading to Geneva for a roundtable hosted by the UN Special Rapporteur on safe drinking water and sanitation Mr. Léo Heller on september 11th. The roundtable is regarding mega-projects and their impact on the human… Fortsett å lese →

Waterborne diseases: Article by Tine Bruås

Waterborne diseases Tine Bruås 31.08.2018 The increase in big urban cities poses a growing challenge for people in undeveloped parts of the world. Safe removal of wastewater is little to non-existent for many of these people. The unclean wastewater is… Fortsett å lese →

Recap of the Bergen Exchanges 2018

Is water a Human right?

Bergen Exchanges 2018

Bergen Exchanges – An arena for exchanging research and ideas   From Monday 20th of until Friday 24th of August the Bergen Exchanges gathers researcher from around the world for one week of debates, workshops, presentations and the exchanging of… Fortsett å lese →

WOA introduction

If you are interested in environmental issues related to human rights, and water rights in particular, get in touch with us on Facebook or by email at Mathilde@waterontheagenda.com

So what can we do?

The lazy person’s guide to saving the world The UN posted a lazy person’s guide to saving the world. And there are a lot of things we as individuals can to to help saving the environment. It starts out with… Fortsett å lese →

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