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Website of the Association for the Global Water Contract (mainly in french)
PSIRU has been contracted by the European Commission to help organisations find partners and develop proposals, and to monitor the ACP-EU water partnerships in practice.
African Water Network
COMMITTED TO FIGHTING AGAINST ALL FORMS OF WATER PRIVATISATION AND COMMERCIALISATION
AGWWAS is an aggrupation of government workers’ union/association in the different water sector in the country who are determined to fight and defend their democratic rights faced with the inevitable privatization of the water districts in the Philippine
The AöW was founded in 2007 and is an association of public water companies in Germany.
The key objective of the 2nd Alternative World Water Forum (17 to March 20, 2005 Geneva, Switzerland), is to further develop and promote institutions and public policy that will finally provide access to potable water for all human beings.
Progressive federation of public water utilities in Brazil.
Citizens' coalition for adequate, accessible and affordable water in the Philippines.
The Website of the Benchmarking/Public-Public-Partnership Trainees
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.
The Centre for Law, Policy and Human Rights Studies is based in Chennai, India. It hosted the Asian Water Colloquium “Water: Common Good, Public Management and Alternatives” (September 25-28, 2008, Chennai).
providing space for all like minded Change Agents in Public Utilities, Govt. Organisations and Civil Society to work towards “Mitigating the impact of Climate Change on Water and Food”, especially for the disadvantaged and unreached.
Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) is a research and campaign group targeting the threats to democracy, equity, social justice and the environment posed by the economic and political power of corporations and their lobby groups.
Campaigns to ban the bulk export of water and head off the gradual commodification and privatization of this priceless, public resource.
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Municipal Department of Water and Sanitation, Porto Alegre
Representing more than 200 unions - 8 million public service workers in Europe.
The European Movement for Water as a Commons is an open, inclusive and pluralistic network of movements, social organizations, committees, unions whose goal is to reinforce the recognition of water as a commons and as a fundamental universal right, an ess
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 globalization, neo-libera
Food & Water Watch is a nonprofit consumer organization that works to ensure clean water and safe food. We challenge the corporate control and abuse of our food and water resources by empowering people to take action and by transforming the public conscio
The objective of the Alternative World Water Forum (AWWF) - in French, the Forum Alternatif Mondial de l'Eau (FAME) - is to create a concrete alternative to the sixth World Water Forum (WWF) which is organized by the World Water Council.
Paris-based foundation campaigning against privatisation and for the human right to water.
Philippino activist coalition fighting for economic justice, opposing privatisation of essential services
Federation of autonomous environmental organizations from 68 countries.
GATswatch is a joint project of Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) and Transnational Institute (TNI). GATSwatch brings together the growing body of NGO and academic critique of the GATS as well as documents by governments and corporate groupings.
Initiative 136 is a citizens’ initiative that opposes the privatization of the Water and Sanitation Company in Thessaloniki and proposes its social management through local-level cooperatives.
Inter-American Network for the Defense of the Right to Water
The Municipal Services Project (MSP) recently launched their new interactive website, with the theme of Exploring Alternatives to Privatization. Now in its third phase, the MSP is exploring and evaluating models of service delivery that are deemed to be s
This site has been created by and for the global water justice movement to coordinate our work in defense of water as a human right, a public good, and a central component of the global commons.
The Platform for Public and Communitarian Partnerships was established as a cooperative space of the Latin American struggle for the defense of water, directed to support the construction of a transparent and participatory public model for the management
The international trade union federation of public sector workers, involving more than 600 trade unions in over 140 countries.
PSIRU researches privatization and restructuring of public services around the world, with special focus on water, energy, waste management, and healthcare.
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Friends of the Earth Uruguay
TNI is an international network of activist-scholars committed to critical analyses of global problems, providing intellectual support to those movements concerned to steer the world in a democratic, equitable and sustainable direction.
The Water Justice project has compiled examples of how communities in different parts of the world are moving from failed privatised water management to successful publicly managed water and wastewater services.
Supolitik İletişim Ağı (Waterpolitics Network), based in Istanbul, Turkey, campaigns against the corporate control of water resources.
The UK-based WDM campaigns tackle the root causes of poverty.