Essex workshop: Development and Change in India

SML-JointImg-EssexESI-IndiaPlease note that this event has been cancelled due to reasons beyond the control of the ESI.

 

A workshop titled ‘Development and Change in India’ will take place at the University of Essex (Room 4S.6.28 in Colchester Campus) on 26 June 2013.

Part of a collaboration between The Essex Sustainability Institute (ESI) of the University of Essex and Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, this workshop will explore how communities adapt and navigate the complex terrain of ‘development-induced change’ with a focus on India.

The speakers will include:

  • Professor Amita Singh (Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University): Assessing development through the Ecosystem Well-being Index (EWI)
  • Professor Sachidanand Sinha (Centre for the Study of Regional Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University): Development and Displacement of Land-based Communities: The tribal population of Central India
  • Professor Fiona Marshall (Science, Technology & Policy Research Unit and STEPS Centre, University of Sussex): Living on the edge: Perspectives on Sustainability in Peri-Urban India

Papers will be followed by facilitated roundtable discussion and a post-event dinner courtesy of the ESI.

The event will be facilitated by Professor Steffen Boehm and Dr Zareen Bharucha of the ESI.

Contact Dr Zareen Bharucha: zpbhar@essex.ac.uk

Image adapted from the ESI website

More…

Event web page

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Centre for the Study of Regional Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University

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