Indigenous Organizations and Development Peter Blunt

ISBN: 9781853393211

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Indigenous Organizations and Development  by  Peter Blunt

Indigenous Organizations and Development by Peter Blunt
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Indigenous organizations are local-level institutions with a community base, such as womens groups, ethnic associations, traditional religious groups, and a wide variety of other social groups. This significant book investigateslocal planning andMoreIndigenous organizations are local-level institutions with a community base, such as womens groups, ethnic associations, traditional religious groups, and a wide variety of other social groups.

This significant book investigateslocal planning and management systems, local levels of technology useand development, community-based systems of evaluation and capacity building, and distinct social roles of the varied groups which exist worldwide. Some chapters investigate the problems of imposition of new organizational structures on local communities, others look at the rhetoric of empowerment as against the reality of local decision-making.

There is no other published collection which describes such a wide range of local organizations. It is of appeal to development workers as well as students and teachers of development studies, and of development management.



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