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Assess right to water with national human rights bodies

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The French Water Academy performed a critical analysis of the implementation of the right to water and sanitation in France and submitted its findings to the National Committee on Human Rights which concluded that the French law should be revised. The suggestions of the National Committee are circulated by Government for discussion and action.

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3.1.1 Policies and strategies to protect and sustainably use water

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3.1.1 “By 2015, XX additional countries shall have established policies and strategies to protect and sustainably use their water resources and the ecosystems so that they that provide enough water, of adequate quality, as well as other ecosystem services, and by 2018 these policies and strategies have been institutionalised in the mandates of X national organisations and platforms”

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1.4.1 National policies for disaster risk reduction and resilience

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1.4.1 “By 2015, 100 countries have adopted a national policy for disaster risk reduction and resilience and made it a local priority with a strong institutional basis for implementation.”

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1.3.6 Household water treatment and safe storage

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1.3.6 “By 2015, 30 additional countries will have established national policies and/or regulations regarding household water treatment and safe storage; by 2018, 50 countries will have reached this target; the scale-up process will be based on a gradual and measurable increase of sound evidence of the public health benefits of this approach.”

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2.4.1 Greengrowth: Policies and Enabling conditions

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2.4.1 “By 2012, propose a framework for action on water in green growth, in support of the MDGs and implementation of Rio+20 agreements, that address local, national and regional action and could be included in the Forum’s political declarations”

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1.1.1 National policies delivering on the major components of the Right to Water in practice

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1.1.1  “For 2012, highlight the practical implications of the Right to Water for practitioners by collecting and disseminating at least one example per category in each region of national policies targeting and delivering effectively better water quality,availability, accessibility, affordability at country level, all major components of the human right to drinking water.”

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