Can the current deficit in basic needs products and services for the large number of families in rural and urban settlements be seen as an opportunity? Can meeting this gap be done in a manner that provides futuristic solutions for a sustainable tomorrow? Acceptance of this hypothesis would imply that …
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Beyond Growth: a conversation with Ashish Kothari, Deepak Nayyar, and Ashok Khosla organised by Development Alternatives on 26th August 2013.
One of the core strengths of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) has been the shaping of the global development agenda by laying down priority action areas through mobilising opinion worldwide.
Today uncertainties associated with climate variability poses great risks to the economic development all over the world. India has reasons to be concerned about climate change.
Environmental stresses from land development, water demands, air pollution and harvesting of marine and other species increasingly threaten our common ecological wealth.
Across the country, women’s Self Help Groups (SHGs) are playing an important role in women’s empowerment, financial inclusion, supporting livelihoods etc.