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Two ODID Working Papers from 2013 Democracy, Governance and Development Conference Now Online
Two working papers from the Democracy, Governance and Development Conference held in Oxford in June 2013 are now online as part of the ODID series.
QEHWPS198 'From Neoliberal Multiculturalism to Plurinational Developmentalism: Land Reform, Rural Movements and Intrasocietal Conflicts in Contemporary Bolivia' by Lorenza Belinda Fontana of the University of Sheffield explores the sources of conflict over land and resources between social organisations in Bolivia.
QEHWPS200 'Claiming Entitlement in "Neo-liberal" India: Mumbai's Ex-millworkers' Political Mobilisation on the Rehabilitation Question' by Sumeet Mhaskar of the University of Gottingen examines the politics of labour in India using a case study of former mill workers in Mumbai.