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Globalisation Development and Child Rights

Kailash Satyarthi and Bupinder Zutshi

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ISBN 10: 8175412690 / ISBN 13: 9788175412699
Published by Shipra, Delhi, 2006
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Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. I. Concepts issues and vulnerability dimensions 2. Child labour the effects of public concern and neo liberal policies/G.K. Lieten. 3. Childhood conditions in India related issues/Nilotpal Basu. 4. Globalisation development and child work/D.R. Karthikeyan. 5. Development destitution and child labour vulnerability in India/Kailash Satyarthi. 6. Globalisation marketization and the poor in India/Arun Kumar. 7. Child labour and the law/Zafar M. Shahid Siddiqui. 8. Insight into issues of development and destitution and intervention strategies for eradication of child labour/Triloknath Mishra. II. Agrarian crisis and child rights violations 9. Agrarian policies agrarian crisis and child rights/Abhijit Sen. 10. Food needs food for thought starving children under globalisation/Manish K. Jha. 11. Agrarian crisis in the context of globalisation/K. Loganathan. 12. Disease of hunger death trap for children a case study of Sone Bhadra district Uttar Pradesh/Roma Ajay Patnaik and Vibha Vohra. III. Displacements and vulnerability 13. Development destitution and displacement scenario in India/B.K. Roy Burman. 14. Development displacement a case study of displaced from Tehri Dam/Aparna Srivastava. 15. Displacement and its impact on children in urban informal sector/Helen R. Sekar. 16. Displacement and child rights issues a case study of Jabhua in Madhya Pradesh/R. Vidyasagar and K. Suman Chandra. IV. Trafficking and sexual exploitation of children 17. Paedophilia and sexual abuse in Goa/Venicis Cardoso. 18. Children from the world of trafficking raid rescue and rehabilitation in India/Mondira Dutta. 19. Commercial exploitation of child work and risk a study in an urban slum in Bhubaneswar/Asima Jena. V. Informalisation of employment and child labour linkages meso and micro experiences 20. The girl child in tribal society and globalisation a study in Andhra Pradesh/C.S. Murty and S. Subrahmanyam. 21. Globalisation and child labour linkages in India a case study of carpet and the garment/apparel industry/Bupinder Zutshi. 22. Child labour and child work definition incidence and mitigation/Nidhi Sadana and S.K. Thorat. 23. Development destitution impact on child labour in Uttar Pradesh/Ramakant Rai. VI. Child labour eradication field based experiences 24. Child labour eradication field experience of Bachpan Bachao Andolan and SACCS/Narayan Singh Rao. 25. Strategies for universalisation of elementary education/R. Venkat Reddy. 26. Quality institutional care and alternatives for children/M.M. Vidyarthi and Ratna Saxena. Notes and references. Index. Globalization and structural adjustment programmes not only reinforces greater integration in the world economy but is a veneration of the market as the only mediator of efficiency and growth. It has resulted in renunciation of the state responsibility towards the welfare of its citizens. Evidence shows that along with new opportunities globalisation has led to marginalisation of the poorest and has enhanced inequality and economic insecurity among the poor. The impact of globalization and economic reforms is particularly significant in a diverse and plural country like India where different communities are placed in a social hierarchy with iniquitous access to production and other assets. Reduction in the social sector services like health education other subsidies for poverty alleviation programmes and the introduction of user fees has strong links with the increase in child labour and school dropout rates. The book analyses the concepts issues and dimensions of the processes of globalization and liberalization particularly on child right violation. It examines the vulnerability in agricultural crises displacements human trafficking and informalisation of employment among marginalized communities. Several empirical evidences have been enunciated linking the structural adjustment programmes with the increasing trends in child labour and school dropout rates. Finally the. Bookseller Inventory # 58158

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Title: Globalisation Development and Child Rights

Publisher: Shipra, Delhi

Publication Date: 2006

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