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From keeping water public in Ontario municipalities to raising awareness and mobilizing in Africa, activists are working around the world to make water accessible to all. A panel of activists at the Blue Summit shared their success stories. Panelists included Anil Naidoo of the Blue Planet Project and the Council of Canadians, Al-hassan Adam, coordinator of the Africa Water Network, CUPE researcher Shelly Gordon, and Council of Canadians director of organizing Carleen Pickard. Morna Ballantyne helped keep the conversation moving. Check out the panel discussion here.

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