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actualizing the right to water

Water is essential to our lives and livelihoods.

No one should go without.

 

Acknowledging a right to water and sanitation is one thing. But making sure people actually have consistent access to safe, reliable water and sanitation services is another. We focus on actualizing the right to water and sanitation.

Exploring the laws feeding and reducing the Water and Sewer Accessibility Trap.

Our research is stopping the role that law plays in perpetuating disrupted access to water and sewer services for low-income families and examining how laws threaten the financial security of our water infrastructure.