This book focuses on how people can work together to improve health through sanitation, storage of food, fresh water, and more
Insurgencies and Revolutions brings together former students, close research associates, and colleagues of John Friedmann to reflect on his contributions to planning theory and practice.
India is widely recognised as a new global powerhouse. It has become one of the world's emerging powers, rivalling China in terms of global influence. Yet people still know relatively little about the economic, social, political, and cultural changes unfolding in India today.
India’s ‘new’ middle classes have gained increasing prominence in media, political, and public imaginings since the liberalization of the economy in the 1990s. As a growing number of Indians living in an extraordinary variety of socio-economic circumstances are identifying as middle class, a concrete definition of this category remains elusive. Within the Limits explores what being ‘middle class’ means to those who identify as such.
In this book, Meg Gurry explores why this is so. "Australia and India: Mapping the Journey 1944-2014" traces the evolution of Australia's role from outpost of a decolonising British empire and junior member of an American military alliance, to engagement with the Asia-Pacific (without India), and onto partnership in a newly mapped Indo-Pacific region (with India).