India

The dynamics of International Financial Institutions and private capital in the globalized world has often acted as delimiting factors to state sovereignty. The role of Social Watch as a ‘watch dog’ gains significance in the current context of multiple crisis stressed the Pan-Asian Workshop: "Who pays? The global crises and what needs to be done – an Asian perspective" held in New Delhi, India, 22- 24 February 2010.

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Trithesh Nandan

Madhya Pradesh Social Watch Report 2009

State Reports

Social Watch India, 2009.

 

First published by The Times of India

NEW DELHI:  In a scathing indictment of the parliamentary committee system, an independent report has said that leave alone acting as watchdogs, committees were vulnerable to manipulation. The report — Evaluating Parliamentary Committees and Committee System — prepared by the National Social Watch Coalition elaborates with examples how committees have been used by the government to serve its ends.

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2008

Assessing 'Donor Supported' Law Making and Judicial Behaviour in India
Videh Upadhyay
Social Watch India
July 2008

Access, Retention and Development of LAND: A Dalit Perspective Andhra Pradesh Social Watch Report 2007

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