A safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment is a human right. Exposure to hazardous substances and wastes undermines this right and puts women, children, and other vulnerable groups at risk of human rights abuses. Throughout their lives, women are exposed to numerous hazardous chemicals that can harm them and our future generations by transfer across the placenta during fetal development and through breast milk to the nursing infant.
23-25: SAICM Bureau Meeting. Lusaka, Zambia.
15: 2019 Flame Retardant Dilemma and Beyond
27-28: EECCA Lead Paint Regional Workshop. Almaty, Kazakhstan.
4-6: BRS regional meeting for Asia Pacific. Suzhou, China.