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Role of grassroots NGOs: a social activists' perspective

, : Role of grassroots NGOs: a social activists' perspective. Journal of Rural Development Hyderabad 22(1): 21-44

In recent times, many grassroots micro movements also known as new social movements (NSMs) have been taking place, focusing on contemporary issues of importance such as ecology/environment, women empowerment, human rights, sharing of natural resources and the like. The NGOs in India have contributed handsomely toward social activism through their intense campaigns, people's mobilization programmes and effective networks.


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