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  1. European Federation of Public Services Unions (EPSU)

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    Representing more than 200 unions - 8 million public service workers in Europe.   

  2. Enginyeria Sense Fronteres Catalunya

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    Enginyeria Sense Fronteres Catalunya (Engineers Without Borders) is an aid association made up of professionals, teachers and students who work to help guarantee universal access to basic services, tied to social change and strengthening Southern populations, and respecting cultural and technical distinctiveness.

  3. Amrta Institute for Water Literacy

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    Amrta in Sankskrit means living water that gives live to every living. Vision: A world with sustainable water supply both in quality and quantity, a just access to water for every living organism on Earth....

  4. Centre of Excellence for Change

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    "SECURE WATER & FOOD FOR ALL, FOR EVER." The Centre's mission: to mitigate Climate Challenges, water & food crisis, through a paradigm shift in Water Management & Service Delivery, engendering individual & organisational change, focusing on sustainable, equitable and democratic management of critical Resources & Services. 

  5. Public Services International (PSI)

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    The international trade union federation of public sector workers, involving more than 600 trade unions in over 140 countries.

  6. Focus on the Global South

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    Focus on the Global South combines policy research, advocacy, activism, and grassroots capacity-building in order to generate critical analysis and encourage debates on national and international policies related to corporate-led globalisation, neo-liberalism and militarisation.

  7. World Development Movement

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    The UK-based WDM campaigns tackle the root causes of poverty focusing on issues such as debt, trade, privatisation and climate change.

  8. Food & Water Watch

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    Food & Water Watch is a nonprofit consumer organisation in the US that works to ensure clean water and safe food.   

  9. Blue Planet Project

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    The Blue Planet Project is a global initiative working with partners to achieve the goal of water justice now. Water Justice is based on right to water and on the principals that water is a public trust and a part of the global commons.   

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    Fair, Green and Global

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    The Fair Green and Global (FGG) alliance is an alliance of six civil society organisations. Both ENDS is the lead agency, and other member organisations are: ActionAid, Clean Clothes Campaign, Milieudefensie (Friends of the Earth Netherlands), SOMO and Transnational Institute.

  11. World Forum of Fisher Peoples

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    The World Forum of Fisher Peoples (WFFP) is a mass-based social movement of small-scale fisher people from across the world, founded on 21 November 1997 in New Delhi, India, by a number of mass-based organisations from the Global South. WFFP was established in  response to the increasing pressure being placed on small-scale fisheries, including habitat destruction, anthropogenic pollution,...

  12. Public Services Research Unit (PSIRU)

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    PSIRU researches privatization and restructuring of public services around the world, with special focus on water, energy, waste management, and healthcare.

  13. Alternative World Water Forum

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    The Alternative World Water Forum – in French, the Forum Alternatif Mondial de l’Eau (FAME) – is an open meeting place for reflective thinking, democratic debate of ideas, formulation of proposals, and free exchange of experiences. These discussions may lead to effective action and civil society movements which oppose the water resources be managed using profit logic by capitalistic companies,...

  14. Our Water Commons

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    Our Water Commons seeks to transform societal decision making for water stewardship towards participatory, democratic, community-centered systems that value equity and sustainability as a strategy. Our work is based on a set of ten water commons principles. History: Our Water Commons is a collaborative program of On the Commons, an organization formed in 2001 to advance commons-based solutions...

  15. Waterjustice.org

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    Waterjustice.org is an open space to connect people from around the world dedicated to effective, democratic and equitable water solutions, including community activists, NGO campaigners, academic researchers, trade unionists and water utility managers. The success of the website will depend primarily on the active participation of these diverse groups.

  16. Water Remunicipalisation Tracker

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    The remunicipalisation tracker showcases cities, regions and countries that have rolled back privatisation and embarked on securing public water for all that need it.  

  17. Reclaiming Public Water Network

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    Since 2005, TNI has been instrumental in catalysing and supporting the Reclaiming Public Water network, which has grown to include more than 300 member organisations in 58 countries – 15 joined in 2013. This is an open, multi-sectoral network that enables activists, trade unionists and academics to work together with water utility managers and engineers to promote democratic, public models...

  18. Red VIDA

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    La Red VIDA (Vigilancia Interamericana para la Defensa y Derecho al Agua – Inter-American Network for the Defense of the Right to Water) is a network against water privatisation and for public accountable water in the Americas with which TNI works closely.

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    Strengthening public water in Africa: South South North networked model of Public-public Partnerships

    19 May 2011
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    Samir Bensaid is author of the new chapter addition to the collaborative book project "Reclaiming Public Water"- part of TNI's Water Justice programme - which brings experience and insight from Morocco and Mauritania.

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    Alternatives to Privatisation

    • David A. McDonald, Greg Ruiters
    28 March 2012
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    A book for practitioners, unionists, social movements and analysts who are seeking reliable knowledge on what kinds of public models work and their main strengths and weaknesses.

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