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Relocation as Transformation? The Case of Pavement Dwellers in Mumbai, India

Relocation as Transformation? The Case of Pavement Dwellers in Mumbai, India

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The following report aims to analyse the findings from two pavement dweller relocations: one community-led and one state-led. Further, the report elucidates strategies with the aspiration of strengthening the process of future relocations so that they may truly be transformative for the lives of the urban poor – women, men, boys, and girls.
The following report aims to analyse the findings from two pavement dweller relocations: one community-led and one state-led. Further, the report elucidates strategies with the aspiration of strengthening the process of future relocations so that they may truly be transformative for the lives of the urban poor – women, men, boys, and girls.

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Published by: The Bartlett Development Planning Unit - UCL on Feb 15, 2012
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Relocation as Transformation?
The Case of Pavement Dwellers in Mumbai, IndiaUCL Development Planning Unit8 June 2009
Nawale AbdousFrance/ Maira Absar Pakistan/ Susana ArellanoMexico/ Ders CsabaHungary/ Christina EddingsUSA/ Tricia HackettUSA/ Bishop MughoghoMalawi/ Azadeh SoboutIran/ Katarina SoltesovaSlovakia/ Ashiq Ur-RahmanBangladesh 
 
 
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Table of Contents 
2 Acknowledgements ...................................................................................................................................... 33 Abbreviations .................................................................................................................................................. 44 Executive Summary ....................................................................................................................................... 55 Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................... 66 Objectives of the Exercise ............................................................................................................................ 77 Conceptual Framework ............................................................................................................................... 88 Methodology .................................................................................................................................................. 99 Findings........................................................................................................................................................... 1010 Introduction to the Strategies .................................................................................................................. 1211 The Web of Institutionalisation ................................................................................................................. 1212 Strategy One: Spatial Distribution of Livelihood Opportunities........................................................ 1313 Strategy Two: Institutionalisation of Livelihood Strategies ............................................................... 1614 Strategy Three: Creation of Microenterprise Initiatives for Women .............................................. 1815 Strategy Four: Enhancement of Participatory Design ..................................................................... 2216 Strategy Five: Initiation of Activity Centres for Children ................................................................... 2517 How the Strategies Relate ........................................................................................................................ 2718 Conclusions ................................................................................................................................................. 2819 References .................................................................................................................................................. 29 20 Appendix
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2 Acknowledgements
We humbly offer our gratitude to the staff of SPARC who graciously coordinated our fieldresearch. We would like to especially thank Sheela Patel, Director of SPARC, Sundar Burra, Senior Advisor to SPARC, and Aseena Viccjee, Systems Manager of SPARC andNIRMAN. We are also grateful to have had the skilled interpretation and support fromTara Paulose and Maria Lobo, the patience and openness of the women of MahilaMilan, particularly the Mahila Milan Executive Committee members Laxmi Naidu, SaginaAnsari, and Shenaz Sheikh. And we are thankful for the time that we were able to spendwith Rahine Ali Sheikh of the Laloobhai Cooperative Housing Society, the womencommunity leaders, and the residents of Laloobhai who shared with us their hopes,frustrations, and aspirations for the future.Also, our team benefited tremendously from the thoughtful presentations of the followingpeople all of whom gave generously of their time as they shared their knowledge andexpertise in an effort to help us better understand the dynamic and complex context inwhich we endeavoured to carry out our research:Nigel Harris, Ruth McLeod, Sunil Kumar, Sarah Stavrakakis, Ian Morris, Anirudh Paul,Sitaram Kunte, Neera Adarkar, V.K. Phatak, Gautam Chatterjee, A. Jockin, MilandMhaiskar, Neetin Khedkar, Milind Mhaiskar, Mr. V.K. Pathak, U.P.S. Madan, S.K. Joshi, A.K.Jockin, Shirish Patel, Kalpana Sharma, and S.S. Shinde.And finally we would like to gratefully acknowledge the excellent coordination, strongacademic support, enduring patience, and grace of our course directors, Eleni Kyrouand Caren Levy.

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