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Title: Un-Heard voices of Women Fish Folk Workers Livelihood issue after Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant
Authors: Narvekar, Dipa S.
Keywords: Women Workers
Fishing
Jaitapur Nuclear Plant
Livelihood
Ilina Sen
School of Development Studies
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: TISS
Abstract: The purpose of my research is through considering the current trend of Development which is not a sustainable development and how it neglects some citizen from it. I have Started my Dissertation with the idea of exploring the Un-heard Voices of women fish folk workers in Jaitapur and Nearby Villages, After been to the research area as I have found that only women’s are not un-heard but the Migrants who work on the boast are also un- heard so the researcher have also highlighted the voices of the migrants who are also among the marginalised in the struggle against the nuclear power plant. Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project is a proposed 9900 MW power project of Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) at Madban village of Ratnagiri district in Maharashtra. It is the largest nuclear power generating station in the world by net electrical power rating.
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