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Development, Deprivation and Human Rights Violation

P.M. Katare (Editor) B.C. Barik (Editor)
Synopsis The scenario in rural India is getting complex day by day. Rural development projects appear to be highly ineffective in eliminating poverty and unemployment. As a consequence, human rights violations are becoming everyday phenomena in the countryside. With the encouragement of privatization of resources, the multinational companies are entering into the rural hinterlands to exploit these resources. The problem will become more serious and worrying in the years to come. This comprehensive volume examines the emerging seriousness in respect of rural development activities and assures the values of human rights to the masses of rural India. It also tries to locate the common agreement among the contributors visualizing the ground realities on rural development and human rights violations through micro-macro analysis. It is hoped that this volume will generate an intellectual debate on this vital issue of social concern among thinkers and policy makers.
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Bibliographic information

Title Development, Deprivation and Human Rights Violation
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Rawat Publications
Language: English
isbn 8170337046
length 274p., Tables.