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Maddi Moore: Water as Nature or Water as Commodity?

Updated: Jul 31

Maddi, a PACA member, submitted her PhD the very morning of her July 21 webinar presentation and we gave her a well-earned round of applause before she started.


Maddi is a PhD fellow at the International Centre for Development and Decent Work at the University of Kassel, Germany. She received her MA in Labor Policies and Globalization from the Berlin School of Economics and Law and the University of Kassel as part of the Global Labour University. Her PhD thesis is about struggles over water from a Social Reproduction Theory perspective. Her areas of interest include social movements, Social Reproduction Theory, ecology, and Critical Political Economy. Before returning to academia, Maddi worked in the Australian trade union movement.


Listen to the issues in the recorded zoom session below.





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