WATER AND SANITATION ARE HUMAN RIGHTS – SO WHAT?. Implications and actions needed to put the rights into practice Results from the 27 th AGUASAN workshop 20 th to 24 th June 2011, Gwatt, Switzerland Report, 15.12.2011. 27 th AGUASAN Workshop.
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Implications and actions needed to put the rights into practice
Results from the 27th AGUASAN workshop 20th to 24th June 2011, Gwatt, Switzerland
“human rights lens for the WASH project cycle”
HRWS – so what?
Introduction on the HRWS framework
Implementing the HRWS
Questions and actions for implementing HRWS throughout the steps of the project cycle
for implementing the HRWS in the different steps of the project cycle
For the full realisation of the HRWS, the following normative criteria have to be met:
Good practices from a HR perspective have to meet all of the following cross-cutting criteria (to some degree at least):
Resources for implementingthe HRWS
Author and source
Good practice criteria the resource is particularly aiming
Step of the project cycle the resource describes or is targeting
Helvetas, Human Rights Based Approach Sanitation