Freshwater Action Network
– grassroots influencing on water and sanitation

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Idioma Description Author
Civil society statement presented at Africasan 3 in 2011
ANEW Civil Society Statement AFRICASAN +5 Durban, South Africa 2008
A critical assessment of the nature and the content of a possible human right to water for Indigenous People in the Latin American context. Marco Parriciatu, Francesco Sindico
A paper focusing on the water-related threats and opportunities presented by climate change to the development and conservation communities. The authors suggest that the climate change impacts on long-lived water infrastructure for energy production, agriculture, transportation, and supply and sanitation demand a much higher level of coordination between economists, engineers, and ecologists in order to achieve a viable vision of sustainable development and green economies over the coming century. The authors also propose a methodology for integrating effective climate adaptation into long-term water resource management and conservation. Conservation International and World Wildlife Fund
Proposed template for top line CSO advocacy report on the HLM 2012 commitments
CSO coalition response to SACOSAN-IV, Colombo Declaration FANSA, WaterAid, WSSCC, CEJ
Civil society response to the Africa Union's restriction of public engagement in its 2013 meeting which they believe is contrary to the underpinning principles of the organisation.