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  1. Waterjustice.org

    Profile

    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.

  2. Waterjustice.org

    Profile

    Waterjustice.org es un espacio abierto para conectar a personas de todo el mundo que se dedican a la búsqueda de soluciones y modelos de agua eficaces, democráticos y equitativos, como activistas de comunidades, personal de ONG, investigadores académicos, sindicalistas y administradores de empresas de agua. El éxito de este espacio electrónico dependerá fundamentalmente de la participación...

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    Project websites

    13 June 2007
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  6. Money matters at Stockholm Water Week

    Satoko Kishimoto
    21 August 2011
    Article

    The tone of the debates in Stockholm has improved compared to previous years, less focus on private sector expansion, more on genuine solutions. 

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    Reforming public water services

    • Satoko Kishimoto
    01 June 2009
    Primer

    Q and As on why reforming public water services is the best way to deliver clean water to all.

  8. UN World Water Day 2011: Reclaiming public water for our cities

    aleksej
    21 March 2011
    Article

    TNI's Water Justice programme is marking this year's UN World Water Day in Cape Town at the GWOPA (Global Water Operator partnerships Alliance) Congress, in the continuing struggle to reclaim public water.

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    Istanbul Solidarity Statement

    02 April 2008
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  11. About the Water Justice project

    23 September 2009

    TNI's Water Justice project supports public, effective, participatory public water services that are socially just and ecologically sustainable. TNI’s water work forms part of its work on Public Sector Solutions and is embedded in the Reclaiming Public Water (RPW) network made up of public water utilities, trade unions, academics and citizens from 58 countries.

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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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    TNI News: 2 November 2006

    13 November 2006
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    TNI News: 2 November 2006.

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    The Last Drop

    Oscar Reyes
    01 April 2006
    Article
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    World Social Forum 4

    22 June 2005
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    Related websites and documents

    16 November 2005
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    Water Justice links

    25 January 2007
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