Destigmatising sanitation labour in Pakistan through dignity, safety and employment security

Sanitation work has historically been associated with the so-called ‘untouchables’ in the Indian subcontinent. In their groundbreaking study, Asif Aqeel and Mary Gill of Center for Law & Justice bring to light the deplorable economic, social and health-related conditions of sanitation workers in Pakistan, and examine the regulatory policies that disregard workers’ wellbeing.

UN Special Rapporteur's Visit to Mexico

Mexican government reports a 94% water access rate and a 92% of sanitation service coverage. These figures are reflective of some available infrastructure but not household access to water and sanitation. This effects people dramatically, such as in the urban community of Filomeno Mata, where despite available infrastructure in their homes, water runs only three hours per month whilst they are accounted as if they have access to water.


The Water Integrity Network (WIN): Promoting Transparency, Accountability, Participation and Anti-Corruption in the Water Sector

WIN supports a network of individuals, organisations, and governments working to improve water integrity. We research the impact of corruption and poor integrity in the water sector. WIN develops and promotes tools, capacity and prevents risks in country programmes worldwide, to improve water sector performance and equity to benefit all.