Identify three (3) cases in three (3) different regions of the world where issues have arisen in relation to people's access to safe sources of water. You will likely find that many such issues are political disputes over water rights.
Analyzing the relationship between water rights and other institutions of society, politics, and economics. What is the historical origin of the current issues and problems in these three areas with respect to water rights? Describe the interplay between the notion that access to water is widely viewed as a critical health issue and a fundamental human right on the one hand, and political claims to water rights, on the other.
Discuss and cite at least three (3) references to support your response.
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Water Rights and Issues
Three Issues regarding Use of Safe Water
In the whole world, there is more water then land, but when it comes to drinking water the quantity is quite less. Due to less availability of drinking and safe water people get affected highly in all most of the region. The three issues of three different regions are:
1) A family lived in Bolivia has suffered the shortage of money to afford connection charges in their 9 month salary. This has happened because the government adopted privatization and people can get water connection in exchange of money to government authority. So, the drinking water was not free after this political step of Bolivia government (UNRISD, 2013).
2) In Rajasthan, India people are facing safe water shortage issues at high level. An issue rose when a poor farmer of Rajasthan has faced ...
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