Water as a Human Right

Is there a human right to water? Water was first regulated in the Ancient Babylon 3700 years ago. Nonetheless, water as a human right appears to be only a developing concept. Who better to ask for clarifications on the matter than a judge of the European Court of Human Rights? Joined by Judge Marko Bošnjak, we learn about a landmark judgment of the European Court of Human Rights concerning the right to water Hudorovič and Others v. Slovenia.

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