Voices of Displaced

TypeCollection
TitleVoices of Displaced
Collection TypeDataset
Access PrivilegesCrawford School of Public Policy
Full DescriptionIndigenous communities, or tribals, are being displaced by large scale open-cut coal mines in Jharkhand in eastern India. We took their 'oral testimony' during 2001-2002, and revisited these indivuals after ten years to find out how they are doing now. The main purpose was to see how they fared after giving up their land,whether they received adequate compensation, and how their lives have changed in the intervening years. In this video you will see them talk about their past, present and future. It brings out the voice of those affected by mining.
Contact Emailkuntala.lahiri-dutt@anu.edu.au
Fields of Research160499 - Human Geography not elsewhere classified
Year of data publication2014
Publisher for CitationThe Australian National University Data Commons
Status: Published
Published To:
- Australian National University
Identifier: anudc:5277
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