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D. C. Mount and Bielak, A. T., Deep words, shallow words: an initial analysis of water discourse in four decades of UN Declarations : a UNU-INWEH contribution to Rio+20. Hamilton, ON, Canada: United Nations University, International Network on Water, Environment and Health, UNU-INWEH, 2011, p. VI, 39 p. : photogr.
M. X. National W. City, 4th World Water Forum : final report : local actions for a global challenge. National Water Commission of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, p. 257 p., 2006.
P. Sherlock, Water and sanitation for refugees and internally displaced people, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 2-4 :3 photogr., 2006.
C. H. United Nat Geneva, UN system engagement with NGOs, civil society, the private sector, and other actors : a compendium. United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service, Geneva, Switzerland, p. viii, 248 p., 2005.
United Nations -New York, NY, US, Basic facts about the United Nations. New York, NY, USA: United Nations Department of Public Information, 2004, p. xiv, 376 p.
A. Kiss and Shelton, D., International environmental law, 3rd ed.rd ed. Ardsley, NY, USA: Transnational Publishers, 2004, p. xvii, 458 p.
Water and Sanitation Program -Washington, DC, US, WSP, Report Rapport Informe 2002-2003. UNDP-World Bank Water and Sanitation Program, Washington, DC, USA, p. 128 p. : 9 boxes, 3 charts, 3 fig., 60 photogr., 2004.
C. H. United Nat Geneva, United Nations system : a guide for NGOs. United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service, Geneva, Switzerland, p. xi, 242 p., 2003.
H. D. Frederiksen, The world water crisis : ramifications of politics trumping basic responsibilities of the international community, International journal of water resources development, pp. p. 593-615, 2003.
F. R. U. N. E. S. C. O. - Paris and World Water Assessment Programme -Paris, France, WWAP, 23 UN partners (WWAP). UNESCO World Water Assessment Programme Secretariat, Paris, France, p. 17 p., 2002.
UNICEF -New York, NY, US. Evaluation Office, Apprentissage par l'experience : le programme sur l'approvisionnement en eau et l'assainissement du milieu en Inde. New York, NY, USA: UNICEF, 2002, p. 19 p. : boxes, photogr.
UNESCO International Hydrological Programme --Paris, FR, UNESCO-IHP, Conference : water and world society : the role of the Netherlands in the water programmes of UNESCO and WMO, thursday 17 January 2002 : programme and abstracts. Netherlands National Committee IHP-HWRP, De Bilt, The Netherlands, p. 16 p., 2002.
E. H. Guisse, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights : relationship between the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights and the promotion of the realization of the right to drinking water supply and sanitation. United Nations Economic and Social Council, New York, NY, USA, p. 18 p., 2002.
C. Crespo, El Banco mundial socio de Aguas del Illimani : sus implicaciones y riesgos, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2002, p. 6 p.
H. Pietila, Engendering the global agenda : the story of women and the United Nations, vol. vol. 10. United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service, Geneva, Switzerland, p. vi, 124 p., 2002.
G. B. Freshwater London, FAN Freshwater action network : NGO guide to the waterdome, the world summit on sustainable development and international water policy. Freshwater Action Network, p. 66 p., 2002.
W. E. H. A. B. Working Group, Framework for Action on Water and Sanitation. United Nations, New York, NY, USA, p. 40 p. : boxes, fig. tabs., 2002.
J. Wilkinson, Hilary, J., Penrose, A., King, F., Heaton, A., and Bell, B., Globalisation and Children's Rights : what role for the private sector?. Save the Children (UK), London, UK, p. 40 p., 2002.
UNICEF -New York, NY, US. Evaluation Office, Learning from experience : water and environmental sanitation in India. New York, NY, USA: UNICEF, 2002, p. 19 p. : boxes, photogr.
N. Alexander, Who governs water resources in developing countries? : a critique of the World Bank's approach to water resources development. Citizens' Network On Essential Services (CNES), Takoma Park, MD, USA, p. 35 p., boxes, fig., 2002.


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