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Peasant Women Organise For Empowerment: The Bankura Experiment


  • Vina Mazumdar



Organisations are accepted as an instrument to provide collective strength, or greater bargaining power, or to articulate the voice of an interest group. They may also be recognised as a constituency, to ensure representative of that section in local, national or inter-national deliberative bodies.

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  • Vina Mazumdar, 2010. "Peasant Women Organise For Empowerment: The Bankura Experiment," Working Papers id:2846, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2846
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    Organisations; instrument; collective strength; constituency; local; national; inter-national;

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