Human Rights Accountability through Treaty Bodies: Examining Human Rights Treaty Monitoring for Water and Sanitation

@inproceedings{Meier2015HumanRA,
  title={Human Rights Accountability through Treaty Bodies: Examining Human Rights Treaty Monitoring for Water and Sanitation},
  author={Benjamin Mason Meier and Yuna Kim},
  year={2015}
}
Framing scholarship on human rights accountability through treaty bodies, this article examines the water and sanitation content of state human rights reporting to the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Through analytic coding of state human rights reports, the authors trace the relationship between human rights advancements on water and sanitation and treaty body monitoring of water and sanitation systems. These empirical results raise an imperative for universal human… CONTINUE READING

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