"World Water Day is the most important day of the year," said Minister of Infrastructure and Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen during the Dutch World Water Day event on Friday 20 March 2015 in Amsterdam. "In fact, it is World Water Day every day", she said.
THE HAGUE, 18 March 2015 – On 22 March 2015 we celebrate World Water Day. Everyone has a right to safe water and sanitation. How can we make sure that people who get water and sanitation services, also keep them? Share your stories!
Everybody has a right to access to clean, safe, affordable and reliable drinking water and sanitation services. But how to translate a human right into practice? The handbook on the human rights to water and sanitation provides guidance.
2015 is the year that the Millennium Development Goals make way for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). An important role in both development agendas is reserved for water, sanitation and hygiene issues that leave much to be desired in many countries. OneWorld dived into the world of...
IRC will contribute to the Stockholm World Water Week which takes place from 31 August to 5 September 2014. We are launching the WASHCost book, co-convening a number of sessions and running a booth together with Water For People in the exhibition hall.
The shutoffs of water to thousands of homes by the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department have become international news, as residents and local activists have found U.N. experts on their side in condemning the water disconnections as a violation of the human right to water.