An appraisal in rule of law terms of the use of policy agendas versus legal norms to protect populations at risk from the global freshwater crisis

  • Mariana Simon Cartaya University of Amsterdam

Abstract

This short paper takes an 'international rule of law' perspective in an attempt to weight out policy versus law to solve the normative question of how to best solve the world's freshwater crisis. The issues touching the freshwater crisis have been identified as environmental concerns, human rights concerns, and most prominently, the equitable distribution of natural resources. 

Author Biography

Mariana Simon Cartaya, University of Amsterdam

University of Kent Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), alumna 2017 

Public International Law Research Master (LL.M) student at the University of Amsterdam

Published
2018-11-07
How to Cite
Simon Cartaya, M. (2018). An appraisal in rule of law terms of the use of policy agendas versus legal norms to protect populations at risk from the global freshwater crisis. Kent Student Law Review, 4. Retrieved from https://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/kslr/article/view/460
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Articles