Process of displacement and rehabilitation under large industrial projects a study in south-eastern India by I. U. B. Reddy

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StatementI.U.B. Reddy ; sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.
ContributionsIndia. Dept. of Science and Technology., Tata Institute of Social Science. Unit for Urban Studies.
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 93/60281 (H)
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Paginationvi, 188 leaves
Number of Pages188
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Growing public concern over the long-term consequences of this has led to greater scrutiny of the rehabilitation and resettlement process, particularly for large development projects. This book examines a number of new policy formulations put in place at both the central and state levels, looking at land acquisition procedures and norms for Format: Hardcover.

Towards a Just Displacement and Rehabilitation Policy. For industrial projects, the market value is set at the date of notification of land acquisition and does not therefore take account of. Displacement, Resettlement, Rehabilitation, Reparation and Development This is a working paper of the World Commission on Dam s.

The report herein Author: Jun Jing. Infrastructural development projects carried out by states, frequently result in the displacement of peoples from homes that stand in the way of dams, highways, or other large-scale construction projects.

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various developmental projects, lakhs of people have been displaced by mines, lakhs by industries, lakhs by large and medium dams, 6 lakhs by park and wild life operation and 5 lakhs by other projects.

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In Development, Displacement, and Rehabilitation: Issues for National Debate (eds Fernandes, Walter, and Thukral, Enakshi Ganguly). New Delhi: Indian Social Institute. Displacement is not just an issue but also a phenomenon devastating the lives of millions every year. Not just individuals but communities with very rich natural resources, cultural heritage and integrity are confronted by displacement through projects.

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On February 25th,a strong earthquake of on the Richter scale hit the county. Hydro-electrical and irrigation projects are the largest cause of displacement and destruction of habitat. The other major sources are mines, industrial complexes as well as military installations, parks and sanctuaries.

2) Displacement and the Law. The Constitution guarantees our. In the planning and implementation of development projects, the Guiding Principles maintain that it is incumbent on the authorities first to explore all feasible alternatives to avoid displacement altogether. Where it cannot be avoided, say the authors, development-induced displacement should be minimized along with its adverse consequences.

One of the most important causes of tribal displacement in Odisha is large-scale mining and industrial projects. The most important mining zones within Scheduled Areas are iron ore and manganese mining in Sundargarh and Keonjhar districts and bauxite in Kalahandi, Koraput and Rayagada : De Debasree.

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A review on displacement process caused by develop-mental projects shows two schools of thought. While one faction firmly believes that displacement is inevitable and is an unintended outcome of development initia-tives, the other faction is of the opinion that involuntary displacement is nothing but a manifestation of a crisis in.

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Industrial Development under Democracy and Protest Movements of People in Odisha Author: Bibekananda Behera Volume 8 No.1 January-March pp Abstract.

The liberalization process that started in India in the early s has made Odisha potentially the most attractive destination for large capital-intensive projects by both public and private-sector firms- typically.

This book describes – in a precise but practical way – the most recent principles and techniques of project management, at the highest international standards, with a fully company-wide, process-based, multi-project approach. rehabilitation services. Projects under this program are announced in the.

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Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who. Displacement, Revolution, and the New Urban Condition provides a window into the global urban contradiction through the lens of a Third World city. It is not a book on urban India, or a book on Ahmedabad city, or even a book on the Sabarmati River Front Development (SRFD) project, but it is a book that uses all these lenses to conceptualize urban by: 2.

In India and elsewhere issues of displacement, rehabilitation has become major focus in the public policy analysis as well as in governance, as the latter is viewed in terms of the way it effectively rehabilitate large number of displaced from their original location.

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The process of making a section of a society impoverished for the sake of realizing the needs of the larger society has to be replaced by the process of empowering the would-be-affected people through the process of pre-emptive attacks on the looming over impoverishment that will be brought by the implementation of development projects like : Andnet Gizachew.

color. Against the current tide of displacement, a forceful movement has emerged in defense of housing rights and urban justice, operating under the rubric of “The Right to the City” and bringing together a broad coalition of tenants’ rights, affordable housing, and anti-foreclosure advocates.

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The history of struggle as well as discussion and debate regarding displacement and development has been a long one. The International Network on Displacement and Resettlement (INDR), Hohai University and 9 Collaborating Organizations held a large, productive meeting and workshops at is GLOBAL CONFERENCE on Benefit-Sharing in Displacement and Resettlement (31 Aug – Sept 3, Hohai University in Nanjing).

The meeting took place in collabration with a Pre-Conference Study. 2 The paragraphs mentioned in this section—between 3 and —refer all to Special Rapporteur on Hous ; 13 In particular, the UN Guidelines on Evictions (Special Rapporteur on Housing, ) define the practice of forced evictions (paras.

)2 and lay down stringent criteria under which displacement can occur in ‘exceptional circumstances’, with ‘full justification’ and procedural Cited by: 1. Manual for the Evaluation of Industrial Projects Manual for the Evaluation of Industrial Projects.

Footer. Who we are. UNIDO in brief; History; UNIDO Worldwide; Director General; Goodwill Ambassadors; Our focus. UNIDO & the SDGs; Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development; Programme for Country Partnership; Third Industrial Development.

the process in which immigrants were absorbed by the larger host society. gentrification. involves the displacement of lower-income residents of central-city neighborhoods with higher-income residents of central-city neighborhoods with higher-income residents, the rehabilitation of deteriorated inner-city landscapes, and the construction of new.

For other large-scale development projects such as dams and major infrastructure, the state either leads the resettlement process, or takes a prominent role in public consultations.

In mining, it is often the company that inherits exclusive responsibility for RAP formulation and implementation, with governments requiring companies to serve as Cited by:. displacement, internally displaced persons (IDPs) constitute the largest number of those displaced worldwide.

Internal displacement (whether due to conflict, natural disasters, or large-scale development projects) is often linked to governance deficits, yet little research focuses on the question of what contribution development.Defines work (what), identifies time to complete a work package (how long), identifies a time-phased budget to complete a work package (cost), identifies resources needed to complete a work package (how much), identifies a single person responsible for units of work (who), identifies monitoring points for measuring progress (how well).Keynote Address, Workshop on Development-induced Displacement, Department of Political Science, Assam University, Silchar, Assam, Mapublished in Tanmoy Bhattacharjee (ed).

Problems of Internally Displaced Persons in Assam with Special Reference to Barak Valley.

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