In a context of unequal access and historical concentration of water in the Ecuadorian Andes, it is of great importance to study the processes of collective action that have resisted privatization mechanisms, since they are evidence of a living social organization capable of confronting the state policies aligned with neoliberal capitalism and questioning the structures of inequality that have historically conditioned the social reproduction of life in rural areas.
|Translated title of the contribution||Notes on collective action in times of neoliberalism: the case of the session of drinking water of "Hope|
|Original language||Spanish (Ecuador)|
|Title of host publication||Notes on collective action in times of neoliberalism: the case of the session of drinking water of "Hope|
|State||Published - 12 Apr 2021|
- Ecología y ambiente
- Políticas públicas
- Recursos hídricos