The Right to Sanitation in India: Critical Perspectives

01 April 2019

Edited by Phillipe Cullet, Sujith Koonan and Lovleen Bhullar

This collection of essays focusses on the legal aspects of sanitation rights in India and the ties between sanitation, health and gender. It examines the history of the law in the country, as well as its place in international human-rights policies, and documents specific issues related to sanitation, including waste-water treatment, manual scavenging and the rights of sanitation workers.

Oxford University Press, 464 pages, Rs 1,295

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