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    Water = politics

    Anil Naidoo, Lasse Karlsson
    17 August 2007
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    Interview with Luis Padron about the public-public partnership for improving water supply in Huancayo, Peru

    11 August 2007
    Article

    The ground-breaking new Public-Public Partnership (PUP) between the Argentinean public water utility Aguas Bonaerenses S.A. (ABSA) and SEDAM, the provincial water utility of Huancayo (Peru) is an important example of the growing trend of not-for-profit cooperation between public utilities from the South.

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    Stop Water Privatisation! Alternatives to the PPIAF

    17 May 2007
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    As the World Bank agency, the Public Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) met in the Hague on 23-24 May, hundreds of civil society representatives called on donors to reject the Facility's role in promoting water privatisation and fund public alternatives instead.

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    Workshop: Water Privatisation & Struggles in Asia – in search of alternatives

    People’s Forum on ADB, Kyoto, Japan
    06 May 2007
    Article
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    Open letter to donors contributing to the Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility

    01 May 2007
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    Dear PPIAF donor, we are part of a coalition of civil society organisations which has been monitoring the work of the Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility.

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    Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility – PPIAF

    aleksej
    01 May 2007
    Article

    Briefing on the PPIAF

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    Invitation to the book release in Kerala

    Water Kerala Network
    29 April 2007
    Article
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    World Water Day - 22 March

    01 March 2007
    Article
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    Murky water

    01 March 2007
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    The EU is the largest water donor in the world, providing € 1.4 billion of development aid per year. This Corporate Europe Observatory report looks at how the EU uses this funding to promote private sector water management.

     
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    European Double Standards

    Olivier Hoedeman
    01 March 2007
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    Drinking water delivery in most EU countries is exclusively or predominantly run by public utilities, but internationally the EU advocates water privatisation. The problem lies in the European Commission’s strong tendency to identify itself with the interests of large EU-based corporations.

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    Water Justice activities

    aleksej
    08 February 2007
    Article

    Water Justice activities

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