Real rights: The right to water

Iustitia Socialis. 2019;4(1):151-164 DOI 10.35381/racji.v4i1.545


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Journal Title: Iustitia Socialis

ISSN: 2542-3371 (Online)

Publisher: Fundación Koinonía

Society/Institution: Fundación Koinonía

LCC Subject Category: Law: Law in general. Comparative and uniform law. Jurisprudence

Country of publisher: Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of

Language of fulltext: Spanish

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Mallury Elizabeth Alcívar Tóala (Universidad San Gregorio de Portoviejo, Manabí)

Brenner Fabián Díaz Rodríguez (Universidad San Gregorio de Portoviejo, Manabí)


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Time From Submission to Publication: 12 weeks


Abstract | Full Text

The objective of this work is to promote the recognition of access to drinking water, as a universal, indivisible and imprescriptible human right. The methodology used was documentary, through the collection of feasible information regarding the subject and analysis of the information where the coincidences and disagreements of the collected bibliographic material were analyzed, evaluated and interpreted. The main results show that there is still no market for environmental or hydrological services, the mentioned experiences operate in an indirect compensation range until direct compensation is reached. It is concluded by expressing that the cultural dimension of water is too important and political to be ignored or belittled.