“Dirty Aid, Dirty Water”

January 27, 2007 at 10:16 pm Leave a comment

Human rights vs Corporate rights? Water privatization is a complicated political debate in every nation. Is it the sole responsibility of a government to provide clean, running water to every household for free as a basic human right? Can this type of infrastructure be better built and maintained if it comes from a private company, especially in developing nations where the government may not have the resources to do it? This documentary looks into the issue, concluding that water privatization is failing.


Entry filed under: politics, United Nations, water.

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Save the World in Three Easy Steps.

1. Learn. Read this blog to learn more about our global water crisis and how it impacts billions of people.

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Repeat until everyone has access to safe, clean water.
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