Individuals have the right to be informed, in a clear, sufficient, and timely manner, of any policies that impact the environment and the health and quality of life of the public. El Salvador scored well on aspects of the legal assessment developed by HR2W to determine how the human rights […]
Groundwater and the right to a healthy environment
UN Water Groundwater Summit Side Event Groundwater and the right to a healthy environment: improving water security in humanitarian crises Human Right 2 Water along with Action contre la Faim and Deltares, are hosting a side event at the UN Water Groundwater Summit on the 6th of December in Paris. […]
Citizen Science in Costa Rica
The Suwo’di organization and UNESCO, Costa Rica, hosted a webinar on Citizen Science on 10th November, to bring together local experts and enthusiasts that are working on this theme. Isabella Cubillo, the new Communications Officer from Human Right 2 Water, joined in with a presentation on a social engagement app […]
Monitoring with Human Rights Indicators – How can this help to accelerate SDG6?
Webinar 19th July 2022, 14h-15:30h CET View recording here The use of indicators in the field of human rights is part of a comprehensive and systematic process to implement, monitor and realise rights. Indicators are a specific and practical tool for promoting the fulfilment of human rights and measuring their […]
A Legal and Policy Based Youth Perspective on the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation, 11th August 2021 “We need to get local communities involved to help solve problems to access”, says Imanol Aguilera at the youth-led Actors of Change workshop hosted by The World Youth Parliament on Water. This […]