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

‘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

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