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Jun 27, 2011

Women's Worlds 2011 interview: Devaki Jain

Meg Borthwick
The renowned feminist economist from India, a speaker at the opening plenary of the conference on July 4, is internationally known for her innovative work on development and women living in poverty.
Podcast
Jun 4, 2011

Crackdown on Gorakhpur Workers Movement, India

Asia Pacific Currents
Asia Pacific labour news, plus an interview with Sourav Banerjee from the Workers Charter Movement in Delhi, India, about the violent crackdown on the Gorakhpur Workers Movement.
RabbleTV
May 28, 2011

The Long March of Janadesh

The Long March of Janadesh from Gwalior to Delhi, in which 25,000 Padyatris fought for their land rights, took place in 2007. A march of 100,000 nonviolent people is planned for 2012.
Activist Toolkit

I Paid a Bribe

Software
I Paid a Bribe is an initiative that uses crowdsourced information to fight corruption across India
Podcast
Jan 16, 2011

Understanding the assassination of Salman Taseer

Redeye
The killing of Punjab's governor by one of his own security guards in Islamabad is being called a symptom of a growing fanaticism. Conn Hallinan sees other causes of instability in the country.
Podcast
Oct 22, 2010

Asia Pacific Labour Rights, News and Current Affairs

Asia Pacific Currents
Labour stories from India, China and Vietnam. Interview with Rajeev Sharma, BWI, about construction workers involved with the Commonwealth Games, Child Labour and Economic Growth and Inequality
Podcast
Sep 1, 2010

The partition of India, 63 years on

Redeye
Before conceding independence to India in 1947, Britain divided the country in two. The splitting of Pakistan and India resulted in 2 million deaths and a conflict that remains tense to this day.

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