Empowering the Marginalized – Deepak Dwivedi publishes international edition of his book, together with the DOC Research Institute

The book was already launched in August 2017 in Delhi, but has now been produced as an international edition together with the DOC Research Institute and the Nagrik Foundation. In Empowering the Marginalized – A Perspective for Inclusive Development, Deepak Dwivedi analyses the developments of poverty at a global and local level with the example of India, taking into account decisions and agreements made by the UN, as well as social factors and developments. The book looks atdevelopment plans and projects systematically, with a deeper look into the cause of the marginalised segment of India´s population, for whose interest and wellbeing a great sense of responsibility has been evoked through many a national movement, as well as multiple voluntary efforts. It follows anintegrated approach in dealing with subject matter like children, citizens, ecosystems, environmental consciousness, and the impact of disasters on environmental and human life.
“Hopefully, the book will fasten the process and a series of actions for enlarged community participation in the pursuit of happiness and universal well-being and be an active communicator for the unreached members of the community, enabling them to express their views and take part in the decision-making process in any developmental project,” mentions Deepak Dwivedi in the preface of the book.
DOC Research Institute CEO Pooran Chandra Pandey contributed one chapter on ´Corporate Social Responsibilty: the impact of business on society´, to the book.
The chairman of the DOC Supervisory Board wrote a message to the readers of the book, stating that, “Every society has its marginalized

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