REALITY AND ANALYSIS PERSONAL AND TECHNICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE WORKING LIVES OF SIX WOMEN

A group of development analysts – researchers, activists, and practitioners - engaged in an unusual exercise in early 2004. They had a dialogue about labor market, trade and poverty issues, but they preceded the dialogue with exposure to the realities of the lives of six remarkable women in Gujarat: Dohiben, Kalavatiben, Kamlaben, Kesarben, Leelaben and Ushaben. These women are all members of SEWA (the Self- Employed Women’s Association) of India. Their struggles provided the frame for the technical dialogue that followed. This is a Compendium of personal and technical reflections of the analysts involved in the exercise.


Editor(s):
Chen, Martha Alter
Mirani, Nidhi
Jhabvala, Renana
Kanbur, Ravi
Issue Date:
2004-04
Publication Type:
Working or Discussion Paper
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/127144
Total Pages:
109
Series Statement:
WP 2004-06




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