3 edition of Resettlement, impoverishment, and reconstruction in India found in the catalog.
Resettlement, impoverishment, and reconstruction in India
L. K. Mahapatra
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-176) and index.
|Statement||L.K. Mahapatra ; foreword by Michael M. Cernea.|
|LC Classifications||HN690.Z9 C66336 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||184 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||99936523|
RESETTLEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS IN ETHIOPIA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF AMHARA AND unreserved support in searching and providing me the relevant books and articles for this study is Livelihood Framework (SLF) and Impoverishment Risks and Reconstruction (IRR) models were. The paper proposes a risk-and-reconstruction-oriented framework for resettlement operations in India. It argues against some chronic flaws in the policies and methodologies for planning and financing resettlement and recommends necessary improvements in policy and in mainstream resettlement practices. A theoretical (conceptual) model (defined as the impoverishment risks and reconstruction Cited by:
Get this from a library! Development projects and impoverishment risks: resettling project-affected people in India. [Hari Mohan Mathur; David Marsden;] -- "This book looks at the Indian experience of resettlement and the recent recognition of the need for better rehabilitation of affected people. It presents evidence of impoverishment, seeks its causes. The book explores the condition of being "displaced," the risks of impoverishment and social disarticulation, the rights and entitlements of those uprooted, and most importantly, how these groups can reconstruct their livelihoods. It uses a common set of concepts, derived from the impoverishment risks and reconstruction model.
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K Mahapatra. Impoverishment Risks and Reconstruction: ISED: The book's second part has six field-based studies on various aspects of involuntary displacement in India. The book has an Indian bias for three specifc reasons: first, the book was drafted in India; second, the editor and several contributors, most of whom are Indian, are conversant with.
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and reconstruction in India book K Mahapatra]. RESETTLEMENT: ANALYSIS OF JUDICIAL POLICY Abstract Apart from conventional causes, development induced displacement has emerged as a major factor of human displacement in India.
Even if Cernea 's Impoverishment Risks and Reconstruction (IRR) model generated interest for several other researchers, yet in reality, they were seldom resolved. The Supreme. In book: Gender Dimensions of Displacement and Resettlement (pp) Mahapatra, L.K.
Resettlement, Resettlement, Impoverishment and Reconstruction. in India,Development for the. This book’s authors explore how the risks of impoverishment through displacement can be mitigated and reversed through reconstruction and improvements in livelihoods.
For policy makes and civic militants, practitioners and academes, the volume’s theoretical analysis and operational recommendations are a ‘must know’.
In this book, ”resettlement” carries a broader meaning to include physical and economic displacement, restricted access to public land such as forests and parks, relocation, income rehabilitation.
Impoverishment Risks, Risk Management, and Reconstruction: A Model for Population Displacement and Resettlement Michael M. Cernea “We must act so that poverty will be alleviated, our environment protected, social justice extended, human rights strengthened. Social injustice can destroy economic and political advances.” (James D.
Wolfensohn)File Size: KB. Most studies on development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR) have used Cernea’s framework in the context of rural displacement. Research on urban DIDR, relatively unstudied ( SAGE Books The ultimate social displacement and impoverishment', in Modi, R (ed.), Beyond relocation: the imperative of sustainable resettlement, SAGE displacement and impoverishment', in Modi, R (ed.), Beyond relocation: the imperative of sustainable resettlement, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, pp.
viewed 6. Reforming Resettlement through Investments and Benefit-Sharing (Review of book by edited and written with Hari Mohan Mathur; Can Compensation Prevent Impoverishment. Michael Cernea and Chris McDowell. Risks and Reconstruction: Experiences of Resettlers and Refugees; Mohan Mather (see Resettlement News) Managing Resettlement in India (new book.
Compensation and Valuation in Resettlement: Cambodia, People’s Republic of China, and India. such as forests, grazing land, ground and surface water, fisheries, and changed access to productive resources In such settings, CPRs typically do not play an important economic role in the livelihoods of Size: KB.
Mahapatra, Lakshman K. Testing the risks and reconstruction model on India’s resettlement experience. In The economics of involuntary resettlement: questions and challenges, ed. Michael M. Cernea, – Washington, DC: World Bank. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Abstract. Involuntary population displacements and resettlement entailed by development programs have reached a magnitude and frequency that give these phenomena worldwide relevance and require policy-guided solutions.
The author extracts the general trends and common characteristics revealed by a vast body of empirical data, Cited by: The gaps in current policies and their implementation fail to address the impoverishment and social disarticulation of the displaced persons. Emphasis should be laid on Human Rights approach to address effectively the issues of development, displacement and resettlement.
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Books/Journal/ Article Agnihotri, A (), “The Orissa Resettlement and Rehabilitation of Project-Affected Persons Policy, An Analysis of its Robustness with Reference to Impoverishment Risk Model.” In A.
Ota and A. Agnihotri, (eds.), Involuntary Displacement in Dam Projects pp New Delhi: Prachi Size: KB. This paper addresses the consequences for poor households of mega-urban renewal and infrastructure projects and the processes of displacement and resettlement in Ahmedabad, India.
The findings indicate that the displaced poor households have been further impoverished in the course of current practices as a result of limited attention to the risk of impoverishment Cited by: “Resettlement and Rehabilitation in India: Some Lessons from Recent Experience,” in Hari Mohan Mathur and David Marsden (eds).
Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project-Affected People in India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press (pp 22 – 41). Google ScholarCited by: Development-induced displacement and resettlement: an international bibliography Terminski, Bogumil Preprint / Preprint Mahapatra L.K., Resettlement, Impoverishment and Reconstruction in India: Development for the Deprived.
Challenging the Prevailing Paradigm of Displacement and Resettlement analyzes widespread impoverishment outcomes, risks to human rights, and other adverse impacts of displacement; it documents under-compensation of expropriated people, critiques cost externalization on resettlers, and points a laser light on the absence of protective, robust.The book ' s co-authors--academics and practitioners from both fields--have joined up to explore common central issues: the condition of being " displaced, " the risks of impoverishment and destitution, the rights and entitlements of those uprooted and, most important, the means of reconstruction of their livelihood.Based on a large number of documented resettlement case studies, the model unveiled the intrinsic interdependence between displacement and impoverishment, distinguishing the following eight common fundamental risks embedded in the very nature of forced population displacements: landlessness; joblessness; homelessness; marginalization; food insecurity; increased morbidity and mortality; loss of access to common property; and social by: