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    Permanent Peoples Tribunal: Session on Neoliberal Policies and European Transnationals in Latin America and the Caribbean

    29 July 2008
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    The Permanent People's Tribunal (PPT) in 2008 examined 21 cases of abuses by transnational companies from 12 sectors operating in Latin American countries and looked at the impact of EU free trade agreements for perpetuating and expanding these corporate crimes.

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    Global campaign against anti-democratic investment rules

    13 January 2008
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    Bolivia is being sued by Telecom Italia in a secretive World Bank tribunal, ICSID, even though the Andean nation withdrew from the tribunal in May 2007.
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    World social Forum 7

    17 April 2007
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    Water Justice activities

    aleksej
    08 February 2007
    Article

    Water Justice activities

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    Water Justice links

    25 January 2007
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    10 July 2006

    01 August 2006
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    Bolivian government proposals

    03 July 2006
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    8 June 2006

    14 June 2006
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    Call to Vienna, May 2006

    18 May 2006
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    Latin America-EU

    Julio Godoy
    12 May 2006
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    Permanent Peoples' Tribunal on TNCs, 2006

    10 May 2006
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    Peoples' Permanent Tribunal uncovered overwhelming evidence of European TNCs' abuses of human, social, cultural and workers' rights in Latin America, aided and abetted by European governments and institutions.
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    Public Water Services

    Satoko Kishimoto
    01 May 2006
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    Innovative approaches based on citizens' engagement have substantially improved public water and sanitation services in developing countries. Olivier Hoedeman, Satoko Kishimoto and Philipp Terhorst, who edited the recently published book Reclaiming Public Water, discuss specific democratic utility reforms that have led to improved services, and the political and financial hurdles that hinder public utilities from achieving success.

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    World Water Forum 3

    17 November 2005
    Article

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