Alternative World Water Forum

Water justice at the Alternative World Water Forum with Maude Barlow (Council of Canadians/Blue Planet Project, Right Livelihood Award Laureate “Alternative Nobel Prize”), Wenonah Hauter (Executive Director of Food and Water Watch, Washington DC,Oscar Olivera (Water activist from Cochabamba, Bolivia), Mary Ann Manahan (Focus on the Global South, Manila), Olcay   Read More ...

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AttacTV´s first report about Rio+20 and People´s Summit at Rio de Janeiro.

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Governments mark 50 years of failure… and a couple of nano-steps forward. It’s difficult to describe Rio+20 as anything other than a tragedy. Despite years of preparation and months of negotiations, nothing said or done in Rio can cover up not just the 20 lost years since the original 1992   Read More ...

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A group of civil society organisations has written a letter to the UN and Rio+20 delegates outlining their opposition to the outline agreement. Here is what it says: The Future We Want is not to be found in the document that bears this name. The Future We Want is not   Read More ...

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Sign the civil society statement and join the campaign to stop UN corporate capture! In June this year, governments gather in Brazil for the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development to agree on measures to address the multiple crises the world is facing on issues such as energy, food, climate   Read More ...

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We commit to take action in solidarity with Palestinian human rights, including the human right to water. Occupied Palestine – For years, the United Nations Human Rights Committee and other UN bodies have found Israel to be in violation of Palestinians human right to water and sanitation as part of   Read More ...

This summary is an effort to capture the discussion of the session. However, not everything that was said might be reflected in the document. Many of the things said were proposals and are not necessarily wide agreements, commitments or consensus points. This should not be seen as a consensus document   Read More ...

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Workshop on Rio+20 – Marseille March 16th – Summary of the discussions. It is necessary to develop a unified / common strategy to strengthen the fight against the privatisation, commercialisation and financialisation of life.  That is the common point of our struggles. The “green economy” is a way to promote   Read More ...

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