Charter of Human Responsibilities
TAXATION AND DEMOCRACY IN NEPAL
RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT
Exploring the Concept Of Internal Colonisation
~ Sachchidanand Sinha*
Edited By: Daya Lalvani
Originally, the idea of ‘internal colony’ was an extrapolation of the idea that empires and colonies created the pre-condition for the development and expansion of the capitalist system in Europe, based on new industries.
* Sachchidanand Sinha is based in Bihar. He is a prolific writer, socialist thinker and major author of books on socialism. He is associated with the socialist movement and JP movement. (more)
SADED Research Fellow
University of Helsinki, Finland
Working with issues on critical modernity and engagement with Gandhi
Notes and comments on “What is SADED?”
Edited By: Daya Lalvani
Notes and comments on the introductory article "What is SADED?" is a further reflection on the concerns and crisis of modernity and on the urgent need for "Ecological Swaraaj", as articulated by SADED. The focus is mainly on the endeavor to deepen the understanding of the ideological background of modernity and why modernity has the tendency to dominate and undermine tradition, traditional knowledge systems and cosmologies and nature.(more)
conventional understanding of industry-driven 'development' of human
societies does not account for ecological, environmental or social costs
involved, the brunt of which is inequitably borne by different sections
of society. South Asian Dialogues on Ecological Democracy or
SADED is concerned with enabling dialogue between people on
their interface with nature.
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