Water, Human Rights and Governance

Jan 1, 2003
The overall goal of this particular publication is to explore the interlinked issues of water, human rights, and governance and to evaluate how such concerns could practically be addresses in global approaches to water development. Specific approaches include identifying and articulating the basic human rights issues associated with water management; exploring issues of governance and measures and identifying key points of leverage where human rights questions might become a mainstream feature in decision making management around water; developing a practical strategy for utilizing these points of leverage to mainstream the issues; establishing links between the diverse groups working on water, governance and human rights; and publishing a document highlighting results and disseminating it to key public and policy audiences.


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