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Development on the Move: Measuring and Optimising Migration’s Economic and Social Impacts in Fiji
Although migration come to play an increasingly significant role in Fiji’s economy and society over the past few decades, its impacts on the country’s development have been mixed. While skilledExpand
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Globalisation, new labour migration and development in Fiji Islands
Globalisation and migration are the two predominant and intertwined phenomena in the world today. Human mobility has become an integral part of the global economy. Since the early 1990s, the worldExpand
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Blueschist facies metamorphism in the ophiolitic mélange of the late proterozoic delhi fold belt, Rajasthan, India
Abstract The South Delhi fold belt of Late Proterozoic age contains ophiolitic melange of contrasting ensialic rift and arc-trench marginal basin tectonic domains. The trench metagreywacke containsExpand
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Urban squatters, the informal sector and livelihood strategies of the poor in the Fiji Islands
The growth of urban squatter settlements is a common problem in developing countries. They are a particular challenge to small island developing states such as Fiji, where with increasingExpand
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Class, caste, gender
Preface - Manoranjan Mohanty Introduction: Dimensions of Power and Social Transformation PART ONE: CLASS STRUCTURE AND THE STATE Caste and Agrarian Class - Anand Chakravarti A View from Bihar TheExpand
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Reconceptualising Rights in Creative Society
Challenging the traditional notion of rights as claims recognised by law, the article argues that the history of social movements suggests a different concept of rights. It shows that rights areExpand
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Squatters, vulnerability and adaptability of urban poor in a small island developing state: the context of Fiji Islands
Poverty and vulnerability are closely intertwined. The poor are more vulnerable socially, economically and environmentally. Vulnerability is location and context –specific and the degree ofExpand
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