Articulation spaces

Censat Agua Viva, depending on the intervention strategy, develops its work in articulation and in alliance with other organizations and communities that, in many cases, are consolidated in networks, platforms, social movements or other collective forms that contribute to achieve actions of greater impact.

We currently participate in 19 networks or platforms, of which 13 are international and 6 are national or regional. In general, we have a significant role in all these spaces, since it is one of the ways in which we demonstrate our political commitment to these processes, which in turn is one of the determining criteria for our permanence in them. Here is a brief description of each of the different collective spaces in which Censat Agua Viva participates:


– Colombia Fracking Free Alliance, ACLF

– Caribbean Coalition

– Fair Finance International

– Pan-Amazonian Social Forum, Fospa

– Global Forest Coalition, GFC

– Energy and Equity Group

– Jubilee South Americas

– La Guajira speaks to the country

– Oilwatch

– Colombian movement in defense of territories and people affected by dams, Movimiento Rios Vivos

– National Environmental Movement

– Observatory of Mining Conflicts in Latin America, Ocmal

– Latin American and Caribbean Platform for Climate Justice, Plcjc

– Latin American Network of Women Defenders of Social and Environmental Rights

– Inter-American Watch Network for the Defense and Right to Water, VIDA

– Latin American Network against monoculture tree plantations, Recoma

– Global Gas & Oil Network / Red Mundial del Gas y el Petróleo / Global Gas & Oil Network, GGON

– Voices for the climate