The Human Rights to Water & Sanitation: A Growing Frontline of Struggle Webinar

Date: 
Thu Apr 14, 2016 - 1:00pm EDT
Location: 
ONLINE
250 Georgia Avenue SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
United States

On the heels our coalition's powerful hearing at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, join us for a webinar to learn about the work of the National Coalition on the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation in the US, and the international struggle to respect and protect water and sanitation as human rights.

Speakers include:
Bernice Johnson, Georgia WAND Field Coordinator--fighting against nuclear contamination in Shell Bluff, GA
Juani Olivares, Chair, Gennesee County Hispanic/Latino Collaborative--supporting the undocumented immigrant community in Flint, MI
Marcela Olivera, Latin American Coordinator, Water for All Campaign--coordinating the "Red Vida" network from Cochabamba, Bolivia

Listen to the recording HERE