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Linguistic inclusion on the internet

Linguistic inclusion on the internet

By AlokeThakore

Not a single one of the Eighth Schedule Indian languages is used by more...

Net neutrality: Superhighway to digital inclusion

Net neutrality: Superhighway to digital inclusion

By Ashoak Upadhyay

If users have to pay for the services available via the internet unde...

Ambivalent internet: Freedoms and fears

Ambivalent internet: Freedoms and fears

By Shivani Gupta

The internet is not a gender-neutral space. Women from patriarchal backg...

Digital inequality in the Global South

Digital inequality in the Global South

By TT Sreekumar

Studies which focus on information and communication technologies (ICTs)...

Caste concerns in landmark e-governance projects

Caste concerns in landmark e-governance projects

By Rahul De’

Many e-governance programmes in developing countries reach into the furthes...

Eurig Scandrett concludes our series on 25 years of the Bhopal gas survivors’ movement with a reflection on how poor and ignorant people learnt everyday forms of resilience in the face of oppression and how that resilience evolved into resistance and political protest

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By Suroopa Mukherjee

How did the Bhopal campaign for justice come to be led by uneducated, cloistered women who had scarcely stepped out of their homes? Why are these women willing to stake both family and social priorities to create space for political engagement? This article looks at the gender dimension of the 25-year-old Bhopal survivors movement

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By Dharmesh Shah

By the 1990s, with their new slogan No More Bhopals, the Bhopal movement had shifted from the retributive, eye-for-an-eye approach to an environmental justice approach. How did these poor and marginalised communities of Old Bhopal come to understand and define Bhopal as one of hundreds of people’s struggles against environmental prejudice? How did they reach out to pollution-impacted communities all over the world?

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By Eurig Scandrett

Since the gas disaster of 1984, Union Carbide Corporation (now part of Dow Chemicals) has played a cat-and-mouse game of corporate restructuring in a bid to conceal liability from Indian courts. Part 2 of our series on the Bhopal Survivors’ Movement chronicles the long struggle to hold the corporation liable

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By Eurig Scandrett

Twenty-five years after the world’s most devastating industrial disaster in Bhopal in 1984, Infochange chronicles the history of the remarkable people’s movement that arose from amongst the survivors of the gas leak. The movement has campaigned ceaselessly for justice for the gas-affected, taking on governments and multinational corporations in the process

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