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Displaced by Development: Confronting Marginalisation and Gender Injustice applies gender analysis to development induced displacement and resettlement in the Indian context. It highlights the need to focus specifically on how processes of displacement and resettlement affect social groups differently with regard to axes such as gender, class, caste and tribe. It argues that without differentiated analyses and programmes, the processes of resettlement and displacement will continue to be executed in ways that serve to intensify and perpetuate gender and social injustice. The book also critiques and draws attention to the injustices perpetrated in the course of development-induced-displacement and resettlement, which persist as burning issues in 21st century India, where economic and industrial development are growing rapidly.

The authors argue that without radically re-imagining the practices of ...

Breaking Homes, Making Cities: Class and Gender in the Politics of Urban Displacement
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Introduction1

Studies of displacement have largely focused on mega projects that unsettle concentrated rural communities. Such a focus is not surprising since social ...

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