Nbr. 11, January 2008
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- Building bridges between regulatory and citizen space: civil society contributions to water service delivery frameworks in cross-national perspective.
- Judicial enforcement of the human right to water--case law from South Africa, Argentina and India.
- Liberal theory, human rights and water-justice: back to square one?
- Macrodynamics of globalisation, uneven urban development and the commodification of water.
- Observations on the intersections of human rights and local practice: a livelihood perspective on water.
- Water activists across the African continent: a view from the field.
- Water as dispute and conflict.
- Water, human rights and social conflict: South African experiences.
- Water, national sovereignty and social resistance: bilateral investment treaties and the struggles against multinational water companies in Cochabamba and El Alto, Bolivia.