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Development, Displacement and RehabiliationSubscribe to Development, Displacement and Rehabiliation

Development Projects, Displacement and Outcomes for Displaced-Two Case Studies

Outcomes for Displaced Two Case Studies S Parasuraman Since displacement means redefinition of people is entitlement and access to socio-cultural, economic and environmental resources, a clear assessment of what happens to families belonging to various sections of the population and to individuals within families is important. This paper assesses the nature of change displacement induces among the affected families, presenting two case studies as illustrations.

In voluntary Resettlement-Survey of International Experience

Survey of International Experience Roli Asthana Involuntary resettlement consists of two closely related yet distinct processes: displacing people and rebuilding their livelihoods. This paper beginning with a brief discission of the Scudder-Colson relocation theory which has greatly influenced resettlement theory and policies in many countries goes on to review international experience, using a risk model which shows how impoverishment can occur as a result of displacement.

DOCUMENT-Draft National Policy for Rehabilitation of Persons-Displaced as a Consequence of Acquisition of Land

Draft National Policy for Rehabilitation of Persons Displaced as a Consequence of Acquisition of Land Ministry of Rural Development I Introduction 1.1 With the advent of the New Economic Policy, it is expected that there will be large scale investments, both on account of internal generation of capital and increased inflow of foreign investments, thereby creating an enhanced demand for land to be provided within a shorter time-span in an increasingly competitive market ruled economic structure.

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