The right to water emerged in the nineties primarily as the right to domestic water for drinking, washing and cooking, and was closely related to the right to sanitation, both of which are seen as a component of the right to an adequate standard of

AIDA members  may join the non-governmental organization Human Right 2 Water (www.humanright2water.org) by completing the application form on the membership page, at http://humanright2water.org/human-right-2-water-membership/, and emailing it to Amanda Loeffen (a.loeffen@humanright2water.org). If possible, you may also be included as institutional members. Here are some of the

Organized by WCEL Member María Valeria Berros from the National University of Littoral (Argentina), this seminar aims at contributing from theoretical, practical, and interdisciplinary viewpoints to the debate developing in Latin American countries with regard to a recent environmental issue: the acknowledgment of personhood rights to nature. The ideas

The  introduction to this monograph outlines the scale of the problems caused by attacks against, and the weaponization of, water infrastructure. It is followed by sections on the background and methodology of the Geneva List of Principles on the Protection of Water Infrastructure and, lastly,