Home » Project » Non-State Actors and the Management of International Freshwater Resources (project supported by the Swiss National Research Fund)

Non-State Actors and the Management of International Freshwater Resources (project supported by the Swiss National Research Fund)

Treaties on international water resources no longer regulate only State-to-State relations. Rather, individuals, communities, and non-governmental organizations — collectively referred to as “non-State actors”— have become subject of these instruments as well. The research pays attention to mechanisms open to individuals at the domestic and international levels, as well as to norms and practice concerning access to remedies for transboundary harm. Read more