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Draft National Policy for Rehabilitation-Objectives and Principles

Draft National Policy for Rehabilitation Objectives and Principles B K Sinha The Draft National Policy for Rehabilitation addresses itself primarily to the needs of disadvantaged communities and proceeds from a basic assumption that displacement involves a trauma which cannot be fully compensated, but can be mitigated to a large extent in physical and economic terms. Among other things, the policy involves a commitment to ensure that displaced persons are better off after than before displacement, and tries to capitalise on displacement as an instrument of positive change. However, it suffers from a number of deficiencies.

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