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Autor     John Harriss
Titel    John Harriss -- presentation given at the Overseas Development Institute
Herausgeber    Overseas Development Institute
Ort    London
Datum    26. Juni 2002
Anmerkung    Zur Datierung, siehe: http://www.odi.org.uk/events/2270-civil-society-universal-concept-donor-fad
URL    http://www.odi.org.uk/sites/odi.org.uk/files/odi-assets/events-presentations/716.pdf

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Well-intentioned efforts to „build local organization‟ – never mind anything as ambitious as „civil society‟ - can so easily go wrong, as Corbridge et al. (2003) show, about the East Indian Rainfed Farming Project. Their independent evaluations of this project show that it had a fair degree of success as a farming systems program. But the logic of the project is that sustainable livelihoods are to be achieved through collective action in local organizations. Consequently, the project had devoted much effort to forming local development organizations. Considering the extent of inequality and social hierarchy in India, and the misleading stereotype of the „egalitarian tribal society‟ in the rural areas, we can observe that development organizations are very substantially dominated by the more affluent and powerful members of the society, argues Corbridge. Well-intentioned efforts to ‘build local organisation’ – never mind anything as ambitious as ‘civil society’ -can so easily go wrong, as Sanjay Kumar and Stuart Corbridge show in a forthcoming article in the JDS, about the East Indian Rainfed Farming Project. Their independent evaluations of this project show that it has had a fair degree of success as a farming systems programme. But the logic of the project is that sustainable livelihoods are to be constructed through collective action in local organisations. Consequently the project has devoted much effort to forming local development organisations. Unsurprisingly to anybody who knows anything at all about the extent of inequality and of social hierarchy in this broad region of India, and who is not gulled by the misleading stereotype of the ‘egalitarian tribal society’, these development organisations that have been built up with such effort by project staff are very substantially dominated by the more affluent and powerful members of the society, because they know that membership in the organisations is the key to accessing valuable project inputs.
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Harriss bezieht sich mit "forthcoming article" auf einen anderen Artikel, als Nmi mit Corbridge et al. (2003). Trotzdem ist die Beschreibung sieses Artikels sehr ähnlich.

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