Oxfam has worked in India for nearly fifty years, and this book reflects some of its rich and varied experience of the country and its people. Focusing on particular problems facing the country - environment, trade and aid - the book will look at how people are working together to find solutions. Written in a lively and accessible style with plenty of photographs, the book gives an introductory insight into many aspects of India and describes the context of Oxfams work. Julia Mosse is co-author of The Fertility and Contraception Book.
|Five Thousand Years of History|
|Defining Identities, religion, caste, and regional culture|
|A question of numbers|
|Economy and trade|
|India's untapped human potential|
|Out of the shadows, the place of women in Indian society|
|Rural livelihoods, claiming rights, protecting resources|
|Securing the future|
|Facts and figures|
|Dates and events|
|Sources and further reading|
|Oxfam GB in India|
“A Victory for Secular India”? Hindu Nationalism in the 2004 Election
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