Ecumenical Water Network

The EWN is a network of churches and Christian organizations promoting people's access to water around the world

In India resources such as water are being sold off, says lawyer

In India resources such as water are being sold off, says lawyer

Rajendra K. Sail is an advocate in the legal profession, and he does not mince his words. “We are living in an era of liberalization, privatization and globalization,” he ruefully observes.

Water and mines in Southern Africa’s Zambezi Basin

Water and mines in Southern Africa’s Zambezi Basin

Rev. Kuzipa Nalwamba says that in her home country Zambia one of the biggest problems around water centres on environmental degradation coming from the mines.

Water network develops a theological framework for water justice

Water network develops a theological framework for water justice

What is our call to respond to the global water crisis? In what way is our response different from other actors? To respond to these questions within a theological framework of water justice, the Ecumenical Water Network convened theologians from around the world at the Ecumenical Institute.