Gender relations, ‘Hindu’ nationalism, and NGO responses in India
This article explores the strategies that non-government organisations (NGOs) are using to challenge the right-wing nationalism presently dominating Indian politics. Development workers must be sensitive to the importance of religion, but also avoid getting caught up in religious conflict. Gender issues, which straddle religious and political boundaries, can end up marginalised.
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