Development-Induced Displacement and Development-Induced Environmental Degradation: Understanding the Risks of Development on Communities & Environment in India

Author:   Faisal Mahmood
Publisher:   GRFDT
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Development-induced displacement (DID) in India affects the poorest population of the country, more specifically tribals, Dalits, farmers, and women, leaving them displaced, impoverished, and socially disconnected. While these communities pay in the form of their land, livelihood,education, and more to give way for development projects, they hardly benefit from the project that caused their displacement in the name of larger national interest.

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