The on-line Permanent World Report on the Right to Water
From the Declaration to the implementation of the right to water!
Following the UN’s recognition on 28 July 2010 of access to water and sanitation as a human right, RAMPEDRE aims to be a collaborative tool for innovation and communication on the extent to which the Right to Water has been put into effect across the world. An international network of researchers are its driving force, but RAMPEDRE is primarily based on the cooperation and support of all those who wish to make this human right a reality.
The Report is structured in five parts: the international legal and institutional context of recognition of the Right to Water; the state of implementation of the Right to Water both by territories and by major themes and social categories; developments in relevant case-law and other news (in order to follow the main developments concerning the Right to Water); sources (a large selection of source material is available).