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Journal of Management Research and Analysis


Rising voices of women against displacement of POSCO in Odisha


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Author Details : Ranjita Behera

Volume : 4, Issue : 4, Year : 2017

Article Page : 147-158


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Abstract

This paper highlights the matters on various issues relating to the Tribal’s struggle and their forest rights in Orissa; Problems & Prospects, Forest Policies & Social Protest against it, Forest based Livelihoods, Forest Acts & Management Strategies, Area under forest, Wildlife & Bio-diversity Conservation, Diversion of Forests Land, Livelihood Development, Forest Resources, Rehabilitation and displacement, Tribal & Forest interface and Development of Alternate Livelihood in Orissa after independence. Industrialization through foreign investors inducing displacement of local people may be an issue with which people may not reconcile easily. The offer needs to be made attractive and make the people willing to accept it. Attachment to hearths and homes, community assets and local resources forms a natural bond among the people in a locality. It is a social reality which is woven with the threads of the psycho-social behaviour of the individual and community in a locality for a number of generations. In all matters of development induced mass displacement State intervention may be desirable with utmost care.

Keywords: Displacement, Loss of Livelihood, Rehabilitation, Women’s Movement, Common Property

How to cite : Behera R, Rising voices of women against displacement of POSCO in Odisha. J Manag Res Anal 2017;4(4):147-158

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