• The Future We Want – Implementing the SDGs

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  • Indo-Bangladesh Development Cooperation Policy Brief

    This policy brief provides a condensed version of the res

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  • Development in Bihar: Some Policy Prescriptions from Gender Lens

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  • Charter of demands for implementation of PWDVA Act,2005

    Domestic Violence not only violates the human right but also violates one in terms of e

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  • Human Resources For Health The Key To Achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC)

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  • Implications of FCC Recommendations for Social Sector Spending Across States

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  • Tackling Extreme Inequality In India

    Despite a substantial decline in poverty, a persistent increase in inequality in favour

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  • Making Development Cooperation Work Policy Options for India’s Development Assistance Effectiveness

    In recent times, emerging economies including that of India have made a mark in the int

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  • Women’s Right to Agricultural Land

    Removing Legal Barriers for Achieving Gender Equality.

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  • National Food Security Act 2013

    Moving From Exclusion to Inclusion

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  • Cash For Food: The need for caution

    The Union government notified the Cash Transfer of Food Subsidy Rules on 21 August 2015,...

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  • An Economy for the 1%

    A report unveiled by Oxfam on January 18 reveals that 62 billionaires from around the...

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  • Implementing the Forest Rights Act: Lack of Political Will?

    Historically, usage and access of forest resources by India’s Adivasi community and other...

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  • Implementing PWDVA: Safeguarding women

    Progress in implementation of India's Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act (...

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  • Mines & Minerals Bill 2015: Disempowering the Community?

    The Bill provides a legal framework to regulate the mining sector. A host of unaddressed...

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  • RTE Act: Claiming education for every child

    A conscious neglect of school education in the initial decades of independent India is...

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  • Land Acquisition Ordinance 2014

    Oxfam India’s latest policy brief Land Acquisition Ordinance 2014: Dismissing Democracy,...

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  • ASIA AT A CROSSROADS

    Seven hundred million Asians continue to live in abject poverty as their life remains...

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  • When Women Farm India’s Land: How to Increase Ownership?

    Women have played a crucial role in India’s agricultural production, and the trend that...

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  • Achieving healthcare for all

    The stakes of the current debate around Universal Health Coverage in India are high.

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  • Implementing the Forest Rights Act

    In 2006, the Forest Rights Act departed from a history of suppression by recognising cu

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  • Why India Needs the Women’s Reservation Bill

    Nine out of ten parliamentarians in India are men. Such dismal figures reveal the lasting...

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  • The BRICS development bank

    Bank will provide a fresh source of finance for developing and emerging economies to me

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  • Time to end extreme inequality

    "This report from Oxfam is a stark and timely portrait of the growing inequality which

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  • Right to free and compulsory education.

    The Right to Education Forum’s Stocktaking Report 2013 shows that progress on the groun

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  • Development After 2015

    India is home to more poor people than any other country, despite crossing the World Ba

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  • Protecting Women From Domestic Violence

    More than 37 per cent of women reported having experienced physical or sexual violence in...

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  • The Proposed Land Acquisition Bill

    A coherent policy response to the tough social questions raised by compulsory land...

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  • India’s Mining Regulation

    India’s natural wealth risks turning into a curse if the proposed Mines and Minerals (...

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  • The BRICS Summit 2013: key asks and priorities

    Historically, international financial institutions developed as a result of the dominance...

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