Water Declarations

WILPF Supports California Water Legislation

 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

United States Section

11 Arlington St. Boston, MA 02116

Tel: 617-266-0999 Email: web(at)wilpf.org

Website: www.wilpf.org


The Honorable Jared Huffman                           

Chair, Assembly Water, Parks, and Wildlife
State Capitol
Sacramento, CA 95814

 

April 21, 2009

 

RE: Support AB 1242 (Ruskin-Jones)

Dear Assemblymember Huffman:

The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, U.S. Section, wholeheartedly supports AB 1242 that would amend the California State Water Code to read that "every human being has the right to clean and accessible water on an equitable basis".

People's Water Forum Declaration

March 22, 2009

Instanbul, Turkey

On World Water Day, the People’s Water Forum Declaration was released declaring water a human right and a central component of the global commons. The statement continues: we reject all forms of privatization and declare that the management and control of water must be public, social, cooperative, participatory, equitable, and not for profit.

Download and distribute the declaration.

When Water Becomes a Political Challenge:

Uruguay moves for a constitutional amendment declaring water to be a public right

original from portal.unesco.org

Indigenous Environmental Network Declaration

TLATOKAN ATLAHUAK DECLARATION

Declaration of the Indigenous Peoples Parallel Forum of the 4th World Water Forum
Mexico City, Mexico March 17-18, 2006

http://www.ienearth.org/declaration_tlatokan_atlahuak_en.doc

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