Article 31:

Tout le monde a le droit a l'acces a l'eau potable, suffisamment pour la sante et le bien etre de l'individuel et de la famille, et personne ne sera deprive d'un tel acces et d'une telle qualite d'eau a cause d'une circonstance economique individuelle.

FLOW producer Steven Starr at the United Nations presenting the petition to add an Article 31, The Right To Water, on the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. View on

Famille globale,

In 1948, the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights were ratified by all the nations of the world. These 30 articles guaranteed a broad sweep of human rights across many human endeavors, from Life to Liberty to Freedom of Thought.

Now, sixty years later, recognizing that over a billion people across the planet lack access to clean and potable water and that millions die each year as a result, it is imperative to add one more article to this historic declaration, the Right to Water.

We, the undersigned, respectfully call upon the United Nations to add a 31st article to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, establishing access to clean and potable water as a fundamental human right.

We believe the world will be a better place when the Right To Water is acknowledged by all nations as a fundamental human right, and that this addition to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights represents a major step toward the goal of water for all.

Joignez-vous a nous s'il vous plait. L'eau est un droit, pas un privilege.

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