The human right to water and sanitation in a legal pluralist landscape: perspectives of southern and eastern African women
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Hellum, A.; Kameri-Mbote, P.; van Koppen, Barbara. 2015. The human right to water and sanitation in a legal pluralist landscape: perspectives of southern and eastern African women. In Hellum, A.; Kameri-Mbote, P.; van Koppen, Barbara. (Eds.) Water is life: women’s human rights in national and local water governance in southern and eastern Africa. Harare, Zimbabwe: Weaver Press. pp.1-31.
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HUMAN RIGHTS; SANITATION; LEGAL ASPECTS; WATER GOVERNANCE; WATER USE; WATER LAW; DOMESTIC WATER; MULTIPLE USE; WATER POLICY; LANDSCAPE; GENDER; WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION; POLITICAL ASPECTS; COLONIALISM; LIVING STANDARDS; EMPOWERMENT; RURAL AREAS; URBAN AREAS; PERIURBAN AREAS; LEGAL ASPECTS; LEGISLATION; LOCAL AUTHORITIES; CASE STUDIES
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