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Water is the basis for life.

Yet, one in four people worldwide don't have enough safe drinking water, while corporations exploit this global crisis to drive public water into private hands. We advance and protect the human right to water, challenging the abuse of global water profiteers. Learn More

Nearly one in nine people lack access to enough clean water.

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Human Right to Water Upheld

Children fetching water at the bore hole

Compelled by global water advocates and government champions, the U.N. General Assembly upheld the fundamental human right to water.

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Lagos is among the many cities in the global south where investment in water supplies is desperately needed, yet there is no consensus on whether the answer lies with private management, the public sector, or a combination of both
January 8, 2015
Corporate Accountability International
The recent arbitration decision by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is yet another deplorable violation of Manila citizens’ fundamental human right to water and democratic self-governance.
Photo: Rovik Obanil, Freedom from Debt Coalition
Shayda Edwards Naficy
The World Bank has been leading the charge to privatize water for decades, despite mounting evidence that corporate control of water is a threat to health, human rights, and democracy itself.

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