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  1. El futuro del agua pública y democrática: resistencias y alternativas

    Satoko Kishimoto, Leandro Bonecini
    12 April 2018
    Article

    Del 17 al 22 de marzo de 2018, cerca de 7000 personas de más de 30 países y casi todos los estados brasileños se reunieron en el Foro Mundial Alternativo del Agua (FAMA). El FAMA envió un mensaje claro cuando manifestó que no colaboraría con el hermético VIII Foro Mundial del Agua, organizado por Consejo Mundial del Agua, un centro de estudios privado, y sus socios del mundo empresarial. El Consejo Mundial del Agua lleva décadas promoviendo debates a favor de las políticas privatizadoras.

  2. Resistencia y defensa del agua y los territorios en Brasil

    Leandro Bonecini, Satoko Kishimoto
    07 April 2018
    Article

    Del 17 al 22 de marzo de 2018, cerca de 7000 personas de más de 30 países y casi todos los estados brasileños se reunieron en el Foro Mundial Alternativo del Agua (FAMA). El objetivo de la movilización era cuestionar la legitimidad del Foro Mundial del Agua, organizado cada tres años por el Consejo Mundial del Agua, un centro de estudios privado, y sus socios del mundo empresarial.

  3. The future for democratic public water: resistance and alternatives

    Satoko Kishimoto, Leandro Bonecini
    05 April 2018
    Article

    The Alternative World Water Forum - FAMA, held from March 17th to 22nd in Brasilia attracted 7,000 people from almost every state in Brazil. FAMA sent a clear message that it would not engage with the opaque 8th World Water Forum, hosted by the private think-tank World Water Council and its corporate partners. The World Water Council has fostered pro-privatisation policy debates for decades.

  4. Resistance and defence of water and territories in Brazil

    Leandro Bonecini, Satoko Kishimoto
    04 April 2018
    Article

    Nearly 7,000 people from more than 30 countries, and from almost every Brazilian state, gathered at the Alternative World Water Forum (FAMA) from 17 to 22 March 2018. The purpose of this mobilisation was to challenge the legitimacy of the World Water Forum, which is organised every three years by the private think-tank World Water Council together with its corporate partners.

  5. Turin: The long march towards water remunicipalisation

    Mariangela Rosolen
    24 January 2018
    Article

    On 9 October 2017, the Turin City Council turned back privatisation and took another step towards the remunicipalisation of its metropolitan water system. And so the city entered the next phase of its long march towards water sovereignty, begun in the aftermath of the Second World War on the ruins of a town half-destroyed by allied bombing and by Nazi/Fascist retaliations against the democratic popular resistance.