Presentation Sisters

Presentation Sisters


  • The Heritage Exhibition at Nano Nagle Place, Cork, is now open to the public
  • Novices in India perform a Sacred dance
  • Sr Elizabeth Quinlan at a Childrens Liturgy group in Newfoundland, Canada
  • Sr. Evelyn speaking with the Badjao Students in the Philippines
  • Sr Terry and children planting at the Garden of Oneness in Zambia
  • Blackwater River at Nano Nagle's Birthplace, Ballygriffin, Co Cork
  • Sr Shalini marching for the poor and marginalised in New Delhi, India
  • Sr Teresa helping a patient in a local hospital in Nuneaton, England
  • IPLMM and Nano Nagle Commission Meeting in New Zealand

Water and Sanitation: A Rights-Based Approach to Implementation of SDG 6

Despite international commitments and obligations, management of water resources is frequently not driven by human rights norms, but rather by the interests of big businesses seeking maximum profits. This leads to human rights violations and grave consequences in the context of a global water crisis.

This guide was researched, written and collated by the NGO MINING WORKING GROUP (MWG), of which the International Presentation Association is a member.  The MWG is a coalition of NGOs that, in partnership with our members and affected local communities, advocates at and through the United Nations for human and environmental rights as related to extractive industriescalls for a right-based implementation of SDG 6 that:

  •  Prevents the commodification of water resources and privatisation of  services
  •  Increases public financing for water and sanitation services
  •  Promotes commons-based water resource management 

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Water and Sanitisation: A right Based Approach to Implementation of SDG 6