Industrial Displacements and Human Rights
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2012, ISBN-10: 3848480166 ISBN-13: 978-3848480166
2 Pages Posted: 7 Apr 2016 Last revised: 10 Apr 2016
Date Written: July 9, 2012
Displacements often cause umpteen hardships to the victims of the lower strata of the society, who find limited access to the resources, offered to them by the facilitating agencies. While voluntary displacements are amiable in nature, involuntary displacements are the real causes of serious concern. Often people loose their rights in the entire process due to their ignorance. This ignorance costs them much in long run. Again the dubious intentions of other stake holders sometimes play role against these people interest. The case study on industrial displacements undertaken in this book is from state of Odisha, India which exposed to various procedural functions and its side effects on people. Hope the results will benefit the researchers and policy makers in future for similar kind of initiatives.
This book is a part of the doctoral research work of first author, under the supervision and guidance of other two authors.
Keywords: Industrial displacement; Rehabilitation, R&R policy, HR
JEL Classification: O15, D74, J17, Q15, C42
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