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Sustainability of Rights after Globalisation by Sabyasachi Basu Ray Chaudhury, Ishita Dey

By Sabyasachi Basu Ray Chaudhury, Ishita Dey

This ebook talks concerning the interconnectedness of globalization with social and fiscal structures and the way hyperlinks advance with regards to either polity and customary humans s pursuits. facets like research of the interdependence of industry forces, the nation, and the neo-liberal financial rules and the way they influence the livelihood of individuals, have additionally been analyzed within the booklet. a few of the chapters within the ebook give a contribution to a brand new manner of knowing one s simple rights with the aid of micro-histories drawn from fields as varied as environmental rights, legislations, and verbal exchange and hard work experiences in India. The booklet exhibits how rights were redefined during this period of globalization and it examines how the consistent rigidity among social craving for democratic values and financial pageant for unhindered gains, nonetheless plagues India this day

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Thus, the role of local institutions has been pivotal in terms of not only making the tribal people aware of their ‘common good’ and ‘common bad’ but also in ways of empowering them to combat against ‘common odds’ in thereby protecting and preserving their sociocultural and political environment. ’20 It is the question of this soil that is enmeshed with the tribal identity, and therefore any alterations to it can and has had more often than not yielded positive outcomes. There needs to be an assessment of the entire gamut of the rights vis-à-vis the development discourse in further examining the ‘language’ of development that is co-opted through a language of compensation and rehabilitation; the very intellectual presumption that indigenous knowledge is antithetical to modern development.

VI, 10 July 2000. 12. Interview conducted with Motilal Koibarta, a local fisherman on 11 August 2009. 13. Interview conducted on the 14th of August 2009 with Durga Prasad Murmu, a local schoolteacher for Hihiri Pippiri Shishu Niketan and actively associated with Rushika, a local NGO advocating for tribal rights and culture. 14. Interview conducted with Ghanashyam Biruli, president of JOAR, on 10 August 2009. 15. In-depth interview conducted with Ghanashyam Biruli, president of JOAR, on 10 August 2009.

However, the river water is not clean as Motilal Koibarta reflects, Chaitra theke jaishthe jol bhalo thake … baishakhe beshi mach othe … kintu goto mashey onek mach morechhe. Of late, there has been a sudden increase in the number of fish deaths, the last one being in the month of July 2009 that has had obvious impacts on the livelihood of these fishermen. 12 This particular fishing village uses tube wells for drinking water supply whilst it uses the river for bathing, cleaning and washing, but this has not prevented their radiation anxieties.

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