This article critically assesses the nature and the content of a possible human right to water for Indigenous People in the Latin American context. On the one hand, after introducing the deliberately unclear definition of Indigenous People, the article considers that a human right to

The World Bank Group convened its second Law, Justice and Development Week (LJD Week) at the World Bank Group headquarters in Washington, DC, December 10-14, 2012.  This year’s theme was “Opportunity, Inclusion and Equity: Responding to the Challenges of Our Time.”  LJD Week 2012 was

‘This volume provides a masterful investigation of the multiple points of interaction between freshwater and international law, and compelling and insightful analyses of such interactions bearing out and substantiating the thrust of the volume – mapping out the “multiple challenges” facing international law in its