From 2005-12-05 to 2005-12-09
Venue: Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil
This meeting aims to generate a debate focusing on the water management problems found in Latin America while promoting an approach between social movements and the scientific-academic community, and to stimulate a broader exchange of views between different social actors on these topics.
Main themes of this event are:
• social and ecological sustainability
• the conventional strategies of management crisis
• essential public services
• culture, education and social mobilization: towards a new water ethics.
Organizers: ‘Interamerican Vigilance for Water rights and protection’ (VIDA) Network; Brazilian Water Resources Association (ABRH); National Association of Municipal Health Services (Brazil); National Organization for Environmental Sanitation (Brazil); New Water Culture Foundation (Spain), International River Network