Remunicipalisation Tracker

Transformation from Corporate Control over Water Services into Public Control

The Remunicipalisation Tracker documents more than 45 showcases of cities, regions and countries that have rolled back privatisation and embarked on securing public water for all that need it.

Video Documentary: Global Crises, Regional Solutions

TNI participant(s): 
Cecilia Olivet

Activists from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe argue that regional integration is the only viable response to the convergence of economic, climate, food and energy crises.

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Focus on the Global South
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Hemispheric Social Alliance
Director/Producer: 
Cecilia Olivet

Reclaiming Public Water book

Achievements, Struggles and Visions from Around the World

The groundbreaking book on how reformed public water services can achieve the goal of delivering water for all. Includes additional new chapters.

Building Peace in Permanent War

Terrorist Listing & Conflict Transformation

For those interested in peace and the non-violent resolution of conflict the prognosis is not good. Not just because the war on terror keeps producing enemies with whom, it is said, there is no negotiating, but because the legal and political framework it has engendered has transformed the way in which political violence and armed conflict is understood and managed.

Towards a Healthier Legal Environment

A Review of Myanmar's Drug Laws

Since the current drug laws were enacted several important changes have taken place inside and outside of Myanmar. The decision of the Myanmar Government to review the law is not only timely but also offers a prospect to improve the drugs legislation and to ensure that the laws address drug-related problems in the country more effectively.

The Challenge of Democratic and Inclusive Land Policymaking in Myanmar

A Response to the Draft National Land Use Policy

Myanmar's National Land Use Policy promises to make profound changes to the current economic, social, and political-institutional landscape. This is an important and bold step, but its impact will depend on how it addresses the often “messy” details of actual land based social relations.

Water and Power: Are public services still public?

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Public water and electricity are back in vogue. Yet many state-owned utilities are now undergoing €œcorporatisation€: they have legal autonomy and manage their own finances. Is this a positive development in the struggle for equitable public services? Or a slippery slope toward privatization?

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The Marshall Islands Versus the World’s Nuclear Weapons States

The historic US nuclear testing site is taking its case for disarmament to the International Court of Justice

One effect of the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) initiative is to throw a spotlight on the policies of the nuclear weapons states, which claim to be committed to a nuclear weapons free world while showing not the slightest willingness to reach that goal.

Davos: where journalism is PR and change is consumer choice

Markus Giesler reports on the media reception to his eight year ethnographic and institutional study on the World Economic Forum that provides empirical evidence that Davos is not "improving the state of the world."

Architecture of Impunity

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Corporate crime is not due to a few´bad apples´ but to an architecture of impunity and a structure of power that puts corporate rights above human rights. An infographic from the State of Power report 2015

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