Month: March 2023

Scaling Up of Right to Children on WASH in Schools

This event is co-organized with the Centre For Community Health Research (CCHR), Human Right2Water, Switzerland; AOSED (An Organization for Socio-Economic Development ), Bangladesh; WHEC (Women’s Health and Education Center), USA; Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB), Malaysia; Malayala Manorama National Daily, India; FANSA (Fresh Water Action Network South Asia-Kerala), India.; […]

World Water Day

More than 1/4 of the world’s population still doesn’t have access to drinking water. This year we are celebrating World Water Day with the first UN Water Conference in 46 years. Today was a day filled with activities and initiatives to promote the importance of water protection and conservation. 2023’s […]

UN Water Conference

Human Right 2 Water will be co-hosting two events and participating in two other events for the 2023 United Nation Water Conference. Multistakeholder Commitments to the Water Action Agenda: Integrated Water and Climate Solutions from Science to Decisions to Actions Human Right 2 Water will be co-hosting a Side Event […]

Promoting Transboundary Water Cooperation

HR2W is co-hosting a workshop along with the Water Research Commission, Waternet, and Watershare. This event is an opportunity for Strategic Engagement to Promote Transboundary Research, Development, and Innovation (RDI) Cooperation in the Southern African Development Community (SADC). This workshop will be held on the 16th of March from 9:00 […]

Indigenous and Youth Solutions for Clean Water

“There is a lot to do!” This is what Noémie Plumier, our Legal Research Analyst, said when asked about the efforts we need to do when it comes to guaranteeing water and sanitation rights to vulnerable populations. Noémie joined the Global Policy Dialogue Series hosted by the UN Department of […]

International Women’s Day 2023

“Women are more vulnerable because they have to work with water, they have to cope with the fact that there is no sanitation and the consequences of this lack of sanitation.” This year we want to celebrate International Women’s Day by sharing the expert knowledge of the women involved in […]