The Water Remunicipalisation Tracker

Posted on June 19, 2014  Tagged with:
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The remunicipalisation tracker mirrors the format typically used by private water-industry publications for listing upcoming privatisation and public-private partnership (PPP) contracts that provide possibilities for commercial expansion.

The remunicipalisation tracker’s purpose, however, is very different: to showcase cities, regions and countries that have rolled back privatisation and embarked on securing public water for all that need it. Through this tracker, the Water Justice Project aims to increase the visibility of the remunicipalisation trend by bringing together diverse, lesser known yet always inspiring experiences. Rather than providing a comprehensive overview of the often complex processes that involve a wide range of actors, the tracker focuses on understanding why and how the remunicipalisation process took place as well as the the obstacles that were encountered and the results that were achieved.

See the tracker in action at

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