Anna Maria Walnycki
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The right to water: Politics, governance and social struggles
F Sultana, A Loftus
Routledge, 2013
2082013
Global environmental justice and the right to water: the case of peri-urban Cochabamba and Delhi
L Mehta, J Allouche, A Nicol, A Walnycki
Geoforum 54, 158-166, 2014
1222014
Seeing through the concept of water as a human right in Bolivia
R Bustamante, C Crespo, A Walnycki
The right to water: Politics, governance and social struggles, 223-240, 2012
402012
Water trajectories through non-networked infrastructure: insights from peri-urban Dar es Salaam, Cochabamba and Kolkata
A Allen, P Hofmann, J Mukherjee, A Walnycki
Urban Research & Practice 10 (1), 22-42, 2017
382017
Co-producing inclusive city-wide sanitation strategies: lessons from Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe
E Banana, B Chitekwe-Biti, A Walnycki
Environment and urbanization 27 (1), 35-54, 2015
302015
Sharing reflections on inclusive sanitation
E Banana, P Chikoti, C Harawa, G McGranahan, D Mitlin, S Stephen, ...
Environment and Urbanization 27 (1), 19-34, 2015
242015
Informal and green? The forgotten voice in the transition to a green economy
E Benson, S Best, E del Pozo-Vergnes, B Garside, EY Mohammed, ...
IIED. London, 2014
212014
Informality as experimentation: water utilities’ strategies for cost recovery and their consequences for universal access
D Mitlin, A Walnycki
The Journal of Development Studies 56 (2), 259-277, 2020
172020
The co-production of water justice in Latin American cities
A Allen, A Walnycki, ╔ von Bertrab
Environmental Justice and Urban Resilience in the Global South, 175-193, 2017
132017
Universalising water and sanitation coverage in urban areas: From global targets to local realities in Dar es Salaam, and back
G McGranahan, A Walnycki, F Dominick, W Kombe, A Kyessi, ...
International Institute for Environment and Development., 2016
122016
Rights on the edge: The right to water and the peri-urban drinking water committees of Cochabamba
AM Walnycki
University of Sussex, 2013
112013
Water, crises and conflict in MENA: how can water service providers improve their resilience?
L Diep, T Hayward, A Walnycki, M Husseiki, L Karlsson
International Institute for Environment and Development., 2017
92017
Money where it matters: designing funds for the frontier
M Soanes, C Shakya, A Walnycki, S Greene
IIED, London. See https://pubs. iied. org/10199IIED, 2019
82019
┐ Las Chompas en el poder? El mito de la participaciˇn en los barrios pobres de Cochabamba, Bolivia
ME Torrico, A Walnycki
Medio Ambiente y Urbanizaciˇn 82 (1), 81-116, 2015
82015
Contesting and co-producing the right to water in peri-urban Cochabamba
A Walnycki
Urban water Trajectories, 133-147, 2017
62017
Water Supply and Sanitation
K Welle, A Walnycki
Elsevier, 2012
62012
Why participation matters: communal drinking water management in Bolivia and Ecuador
MT Armijos, AM Walnycki
IDS Bulletin 45 (2-3), 43-55, 2014
52014
Counting the costs and benefits of equitable WASH service provision
G Hutton, L Andres, O Cumming, T Slaymaker
Equality in Water and Sanitation Services, 2018
42018
Rights on the edge of the city: The right to water and the peri-urban water committees of Cochabamba
A Walnycki
IIED, 2015
42015
forthcoming 2015. The co-production of water justice in Latin American cities
A Allen, A Walnycki, E von Bertrab
Environmental Justice, Urbanization and Resilience. London: Palgrave, 0
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