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(update: 25-3-2003)


jaar van uitgave: 1996 of later
(alfabetisch op auteur)

Agrawal, Rashmi (1999): Street Children: A Socio-Psychological Study. Shipra Publications, Delhi (199 pag). (UI-742-015) India; kinderen, straat-; kinderen.
[ This book examines how living on streets affects the various personality components of street children. It reviews the scope for their rehabilitation and integration in mainstream. Backed by psychological test and socio-psychological data collected through a number of personal interview and other sources, the book provides a glimpse into the world of street children - so different yet so similar. ]

Antony, Margaret; Maheswaran, G. (2001): Social Segregation and Slums: The Plight of Dalits in the Slums of Delhi. Indian Social Institute, New Delhi (125 pag). (UI-133-044) India; kastelozen/dalits; slums; Delhi; armoede.
[ Forced by poverty, deprivation and denial of rights, marginalised sections of the society, like dalits, end up in slums where they struggle daily to lead a 'hand to mouth' existence. On this people this booklet focuses. The study has been undertaken with the objective of unraveling the reasons for their migration to the slums and the socio-economic conditions that they live in. The study brings to light the miserable living conditions in the slums and the plight of the marginalised communities within the slums of Delhi. ]

Bijlmer, Joep; Stegeman, Marijke (red.) (1998): Habitat: Wonen en leven in de stad. Min. van Buitenlandse Zaken, Den Haag (239 pag). (UI-731-007) Derde Wereld algemeen; steden; stedelijke problematiek; ontw.samenw. & Nederl. overheid ; ontwikkelingssamenwerking; India; ontwikkelingsprojecten.
[ Weinig processen hebben een zo ingrijpende verandering in de wereldsamenleving teweeggebracht als de snelle verstedelijking. De overheid in ontwikkelingslanden ziet zich geplaatst voor de moeilijke taak actief in te spelen op de snelle groei van steden en de negatieve effecten van de groei zoveel mogelijk te beperken. Alleen dan kunnen de positieve kanten van verstedelijking tot hun recht komen. Dit boek doet verslag van de bijdragen van ontwikkelingssamenwerking aan de uitvoering van deze agenda's. ]

Eerd, Maartje van (1996): The Occupational Health Aspects of Waste Collection and Recycling: A survey of the literature. WASTE, Gouda (75 pag). (UI-744-008) Derde Wereld algemeen; afvalprobleem steden; gezondheid; ziektes; industrie; vervuiling, industriële ; India.
[ Desktop study on the occupational health aspects of waste collection and recycling. The aim of this report has been to analyze existing information and to give an overview of the state of the art on occupational health aspects in waste management. ]

Jain, A.K. (1996): The Indian Megacity and Economic Reforms. Management Publishing Co., New Delhi/Dehradun (366 pag). (NI-731-001) India; stedelijke problematiek; urbanisatie; economische politiek, nationaal; liberalisering; Delhi ; Calcutta; Bangalore; Bombay; Ahmedabad; Madras; Hyderabad; vervuiling; stadsplanning.
[ This book encompasses a comprehensive study of the past, present and future of the Indian megacities, viz., Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi, Madras, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Ahmedabad. The study covers their historical evolution, present position and problems, policies and perspectives. It concludes with possible approach, proposals and strategies of management of megacity development. The megacities of India are the workshops and marketplaces where the new policies and economic reforms are translated into action. ]

Mertens, R. (1996): Forced Relocation of Slum Dwellers in Bangalore, India: Slum Dwellers, Landlords and the Government. CASA/Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (97 pag). (UI-738-016) India; slums; Bangalore; huisvesting, stedelijke; beleid overheid.
[ This study is about the forced relocation of slum dwellers in Bangalore. It seeks to review both levels, of policies and of practices. The focus lies on the practices of relocation, and slum dwellers' perceptions of it. Two case studies were carried out: the first one is the story of CSI Community, which reveals the impact of relocation on residents; the second one is the story about Shaktivelu Nagar, in which the ways and meanings of resistance by slum dwellers against relocation are explored. ]

NN (1996): Recycling & Waste Collection in McLeod Ganj. Tibetan Welfare Office, McLeod Ganj/Dharamsala (20 pag). (UI-744-005) India; afvalprobleem steden; Himachal Pradesh; Tibet.
[ Report of the activities for 1994-1996 in the recycling/garbage programme 'Clean Upper Dharamsala' under responsibility of the Health Department of the Central Tibetan Administration in exile (Himachal Pradesh). ]

NN (1996): Police Abuse and Killings of Street Children in India. Human Rights Watch, New York/Washington (189 pag). (UI-742-020) India; kinderen, straat-; repressie politie/leger; martelingen; mensenrechten; gevangenissen; wetgeving ; kinderen.
[ At least 18 million children live or work on the streets of India. These street children are routinely subjected to arbitrary and illegal detention, torture, and extortion, and on occasion, murder at the hands of police who engage in these violations of international and Indian law with impunity. Based on interviews with more than hundred children during a one-month investigation, this report details police abuse and killings of street children in Bangalore, Bombay, Madras, New Delhi and Andhra Pradesh. ]

Patel, Sujata (2000): Mega Cities: A Suggested Research Agenda. ICSSR/WOTRO, New Delhi/Den Haag (7 pag). (UI-732-008) India; steden; stedelijke problematiek; stadsplanning.
[ Themes of focus for research: Globalisation and Mega Cities; Poverty, Inequities and Hierarchies: Space, Class, Caste and Gender; Popular Culture, Identity Formations and Contestations. ]

Schenk, Hans (ed.) (2001): Living in India's Slums: A Case Study of Bangalore. Manohar, New Delhi (311 pag). (UI-738-023) India; slums; Bangalore; stedelijke problematiek; steden; armoede; drinkwater/-projecten; vervuiling, industriële; thuiswerk; industrie, kleinschalige; huisvesting, stedelijke; gender-analyse.
[ This book on Bangalore's slums is the result of research by a team of Indian and Dutch anthropologists, sociologists, geographers and urban planners. The rapidly increasing numbers of slums and their inhabitants in Bangalore has been studied extensively from various angles and using a broad spectrum of research techniques. The essays focus on inter-slum differentials, cognitive aspects of living in a slum, industrial activities and pollution in slums, slums in the urban periphery, gender dimensions of living in poverty, .... ]

Singh, Tejbir (ed.) (1996): The Other City. Malvika Singh, New Delhi (89 pag). (UI-731-005) India; stedelijke problematiek; steden; stadsplanning; infrastructuur, stedelijke; Bombay; slums ; urbanisatie.
[ Papers of a symposium on the haphazard growth of Indian urban areas. Contents: Anderun-e-fasil Shahar; Empathising with a colonial past; The 'third wave' option; The crisis in municipal services; Why planning failed; A home of one's own; Tackling Mumbai's slums; On the religious imagination of the city; Whither urban transport? ]

Smets, P. (1996): Informal Housing Finance in Hyderabad, India. CASA/Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (74 pag). (UI-738-015) India; slums; Hyderabad; huisvesting, stedelijke; kredietverlening (niet ruraal).
[ The aim of this paper is to show how slum dwellers build and finance their shelter. The poor build their shelter in an incremental way and are heavily dependent on the informal financial sector for financing. Chapter one discusses the dynamics of incremental building and incremental financing as a survival strategy of the urban poor. Chapter two gives a discussion of external credit relations. Chapter three focusses on different types of financial self-help groups and the income groups they serve. ]

Smets, Peer (2002): Housing finance and the urban poor: Building and financing low-income housing in Hyderabad, India. VU, Amsterdam (261 pag). (UI-737-021) India; huisvesting, stedelijke; Hyderabad; Indiase banken en leningen; slums.
[ This book reveals how demand and supply of the housing finance market for the urban poor in Hyderabad meet. On the demand side, the poor employ self-financing methods for construction that correspond with their livelihood strategies. These strategies are compared with the supply side by focusing on the different intervention schemes created within the public and 'formal' private sectors. The role of NGOs in the housing finance market of the urban poor is discussed. Also, the book focuses on alternative intervention options. ]

Vereecken, B. (red.) (1996): Leefbare Stad: Een habitat voor iedereen. DVL/OS, Min. Buitenlandse Zaken, Den Haag (74 pag). (UI-731-003) stedelijke problematiek; steden; armoedebestrijding; Derde Wereld algemeen; huisvesting, stedelijke.
[ Wereldwijd ontstaan er steeds meer en grotere steden. Steeds meer mensen moeten daar ruimte, hulpbronnen etc. met elkaar delen, vaak ten koste van het leefklimaat. Deze brochure geeft een overzicht van hoe internationaal het denken over de stad zich de laatste decennia heeft ontwikkeld en hoe problemen in de stad kunnen worden aangepakt. Zeven praktijkvoorbeelden in verschillende werelddelen laten zien hoe nationale en lokale overheden, hulporganisaties en buurtbewoners gezamenlijk de strijd tegen stedelijke armoede aanbinden. ]

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