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    The Last Drop

    Oscar Reyes
    01 April 2006
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    Outcomes of Madrid Reclaiming Public Water seminar

    18 November 2005
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    The seminar participants decided to launch the ‘Reclaiming Public Water’ network in order to strengthen the international voice of those promoting improved public water.

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    NGOs Challenge Water Privatisation

    Stefania Bianchi
    13 October 2005
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    Reclaiming Public Water: Participatory Alternatives to Privatisation

    • Brid Brennan, Olivier Hoedeman, Philipp Terhorst, Satoko Kishimoto
    09 October 2004

    The time has now come to refocus the global water debate to the key question:how to improve and expand public water delivery around the world? Important lessons can be learned from people-centred, participatory public models that are in place or under development in cities like Dhaka Bangladesh), Cochabamba (Bolivia), Savelugu (Ghana) and Recife (Brazil), to mention a few.

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    Porto Alegre in Cannes

    Car los Atílio T odeschini -DMAE General Director
    23 June 2003
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    International Solidarity Strengthens the Struggle

    Sabrina Souza, Tom Kruse
    30 January 2003
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    European Water Corporations and the Privatization of Asian Water Resources

    Charles Santiago, Monitoring Sustainability of Globalization (MSN), Malaysia
    01 September 2002
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    Water in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Accountable, Effective, Sustainable and Democratic

    David Hall, Emanuele Lobina, Odete Maria Viero, Helio Maltz
    01 August 2002
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    Public Management Success in Rio Grande do Sul

    Dieter Wartchow
    01 May 2002
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  12. Satoko Kishimoto

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    Programme Coordinator Public Alternatives

    Satoko Kishimoto was an environmental activist and active in the youth environmental movement in Japan in the 1990s. She began working with TNI in 2003, at the time of 3rd World Water Forum held in Kyoto, Japan. TNI successfully organized a seminar on Alternatives to Water Privatisation, which was the starting point of the Water Justice Project. In 2005, the Reclaiming Public Water (RPW)...

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