sanitation

Gaza's humanitarian crisis: what comes next?
by Allison Corkery
August 27th, 2014
Blog: The announcement of a long-term ceasefire in Gaza marks both the end of a period of brutal violence, and the beginning of an extremely difficult reconstruction process.
Niñas y niños en un mundo urbano: Derechos negados, oportunidades desperdiciadas
by Abid Aslam
February 29th, 2012
En el nuevo blog de CESR, Abid Aslam, director del informe principal del Unicef, ‘Estado Mundial de la Infancia’, analiza los problemas de los niños en áreas urbanas.
Children in an urban world: Rights denied, opportunities squandered
by Abid Aslam
February 29th, 2012
Blog: Abid Aslam, Editor of Unicef's flagship report 'The State of the World’s Children', examines the particular human rights challenges facing children in urban areas.
Political failures behind Horn of Africa crisis
by Luke Holland
September 2nd, 2011
Political indifference is as much to blame as drought for the spectre of famine's return to the Horn of Africa. Luke Holland explores the factors contributing to the crisis currently gripping the region.
UN Resolution Recognizes Water as a Right
by Vicotora Wisniewski Otero and Seona Dillon McLoughlin
August 2nd, 2010
UN General Assembly passes a resolution declaring access to clean water and sanitation as a fundamental right.