Legal activism, research and advocacy to catalyse change: The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI)
The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a non-profit organisation and public interest law clinic that provides professional and dedicated socio-economic rights assistance to individuals, communities and social movements. We focus our research, advocacy and litigation in three thematic areas: securing a home, making a living and expanding political space.
Accra, January 2017 - The Coalition of NGOs in Water and Sanitation (CONIWAS) wishes to commend the Ghanaian government for creating a Ministry dedicated to sanitation and water resources.
Ahead of Global handwashing Day on 15 October 2016 - Jessy Sing’ute, Research and Advocacy Officer at Vision Africa Regional Network (VAREN) tells us about their activities and actions to help make handwashing a habit in Zambia.
VAREN is joining millions of people across the globe in raising awareness and sensitising people on the importance of handwashing. This is in line with this year’s Global Handwashing Day theme “Make Handwashing a Habit” which emphasises the need to consistently practice handwashing with soap for it to be more effective.
Blog post written by Syed Shah Nasir, Executive Director of Integrated Regional Support Programme (IRSP) of Pakistan.
Great news of successful advocacy by French EWP members! Blog post written by Kristel Malegue, Coordinator at Coalition Eau.
On Tuesday 14th June 2016, Bill no. 2715 on the effective implementation of the human right to water and sanitation was adopted by the French National Assembly at its first reading.
- Civil society demand improved governance!
Blog post written by Prince Kreplah, National Executive Director - Citizens United to Promote Peace & Democracy in Liberia and Chairman, Liberia CSOs WASH Network.
Join Development Organisation of Rural Poor (DORP) and the Bangladesh WASH Alliance for the upcoming Water Action Month 'Seminar on Ending the Water Crisis' in Dhaka, Bangladesh!
Blog post written by End Water Poverty and the Chairman of the Liberia CSOs WASH network, Prince Kreplah on 3 March 2016