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CURRICULUM VITAE Name Date of Birth Designation Address (Office) Prof. Dr. Vibhuti Patel 18th June, 1955 Professor and Head, PG Economics and Director, PGSR Department of

SNDT Women’s University, 1, Nathibai Thakersey Road, Mumbai-400020 Telephone- (91) (022) 22052970 (O) 310, Prabhu Darshan, 31, S.S. Nagar, Amboli, Andheri (W), MumbaiTel. (91) (022) (26770227). E mail: vibhuti.np@gmail.com

(Residence) 400058.

Qualification:

B.A. (1975), M.A. (1977), Ph.D. (1987) Graduation and Master in Economics, (B.A. and M.A.) with First Class distinction from M.S. University, Vadodara, Gujarat. Awarded Ph. D. By University of Mumbai in the subject of Economics on “Underutilisation of Labour power in India”.

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE: 2010: Member, Board of School of Extension Education and Development Studies and School of Gender and Development, IGNOU, Delhi. 2009: Member, Indian Council of Basic Education, Gandhi Shikshan Bhavan, Mumbai. 2009: Member, Governing Board, Centre for Social Studies (ICSSR), Surat. 2009: Member, Expert Committee, School of Gandhian Studies, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi.
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Member, Advisory Board, UNDP and Ministry of Women and Child Development, G.o.I. project on Good Practices in Gender Mainstreaming, Delhi. 2008: Member, Advisory Board, Department of Women’s Studies, NCERT, Delhi. 2008: Chairperson, Research Committee on Economics, XXXII Indian social Science Congress, Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Allahabad. 2008: Member, Expert Committee on Gender Friendly Mumbai, Bombay Municipal Corporation, Mumbai 2008: Member, Advisory Committee for Research Project of UNFPA on ‘Declining Sex Ratio’ executed by Women Power Connect, Delhi. 2008: Chief Editor of 11 courses (including M.A. & M.Phil.) on Gender and Development for School of Gender and Development at IGNOU, Delhi. 2008: Member, Advisory Committee on PCPNDT Act, Population First, Mumbai. 2008: Member, Expert Committee for Seventh Survey on Education Research by NCERT, GOI, Delhi. 2008: Right to Information Officer of SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai. 2008: Vice President, WomenPowerConnect, Delhi. 2007: Campus In-charge of SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai 2007: Member, Expert Committee for Human Development Report for Greater Mumbai, BMC & RCUES, AIILSG, Mumbai. 2007: Editorial Board, SNDTNEWS, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai 2007: Chairperson, Anti Ragging Committee, SNDT Women’s University, Churchgate Campus, Mumbai-20 2006: Member of Expert committee of School of Gender and Development Studies, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi. 2006: Member, Editorial Board, The Urban World, RCUES-All India institute of Local self Government (AIILSG), Mumbai. 2006: Member of Sub-group on Gender Issues, Panchayat Raj Institutions, Public Private Partnership, Innovative Finance and Micro Finance in Agriculture, th the 11 Plan (20072012), Planning Commission of India, Government of India, Delhi.
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2006: Member, Advisory Board, Women Development Cell, University of Gujarat. 2006: Director, Centre for Dr. Ambedkar Studies, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai. 2006: Member, Board of University Teaching & Research, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai. 2006: Member, Board of Examination, SNDT Women’s university, Mumbai. 2006: Member, Advisory board, Centre for Distance Education, SNDT women’s University, Mumbai. 2006: Chairperson, Women Development Cell PGSR, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai. 2006: Director, Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai-400020 2005: Member of Peer Team, National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore. 2005: Member, Board of Studies for Economics, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai. 2004: Trustee-Vacha (Mumbai), Women’s Research and Action Group (Mumbai) and Satya Vijay Seva Samaj, Vasai, Thane district, Maharashtra and Olakh (Vadodara). 2002: Reader, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, Mumbai. 2002: Member Secretary of Women’s Development Cell, instituted by Vice Chancellor, Mumbai University, inducted on 15-8-2002. 2002: Coordinator - Sophia Centre for Women’s Studies and Development (SCWSD), Sophia College Campus, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mumbai- 400026. An Academic Advisor of SCWSD- 2003 onwards. 1995: Consultant, Ministry of Youth Affairs, Government of India in connection with Perspective Plan for Indian Youth (Up to 2025 AD), 1995. 1994: Taught M.A. Economics for distance education students of M.A. (Economics) at SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai.
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1993: Trustee - Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT), Mumbai. 1993: Visiting Faculty at Centre for Social Studies, Surat. Monograph on "Social Construction of Paid & Unpaid Work of Gujarati Women in Bombay Presidency (18801930)". 1992: Visiting Faculty: at Development Studies Institute, The London School of Economics and Political Science, the U.K. 1988: Reader: at Research Centre for Women's Studies (RCWS) and also taught Women's Studies for M.Phil. Students in the PG Department of Teaching and Research in Economics. Supervised theses of M.Phil. and Ph.D. Students of SNDT Women's University, Mumbai and Mumbai University. WORKED AS ACTING DIRECTOR, RCWS from April 1992 to July 1992. 1990: Governing Board Member - Vikas Adhyayan Kendra (VAK), Mumbai. 1988: Country Coordinator for India of an international network on Feminist International Network on Reproductive Research and Genetic Engineering (FINRRAGE), UK. 1990: Member of Advisory Board of Board of the Centre for Global Issues and Women's Issues at the State University of New Jersey, USA. 1990: Member of the Ad hoc Committee for Correspondence Courses and Distance Education and Development of Foundation Courses in the University for a period of two years. 1990: Member of the Advisory/Working Committee of National Labour Institute (autonomous body established by the Govt. of India), Delhi. RECIPIENT OF AWARDS:
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Award for social work from Vanita Samaj, Mumbai on 17-1-2008 Women Achiever Award from Times Foundation on March 8, 2007.
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Outstanding Citizenship Award, from Women Political Forum, Mumbai, on 3rd January 2005. Vidya Vikas Education Society, Mumbai on 10th December, 2004. Marathi Pradhyapika Parishad & Amaravati University, Maharashtra on 3rd January 2003. Association for Commonwealth University awarded visiting fellowship for post doctoral research at The London School of Economics and Political Science, London in 1992 for 10 months. Received certificate of Merit for Outstanding Writing on Women’s Issues by Eve’s Weekly in on March 8, 1987.

CORE TEAM WORK: Advisory Board, International conference on Interdisciplinary and Participatory Ageing, SVT College of Home Science, Mumbai in Jan. 2009. • Avishkar 08, Organising Secretary (SNDT) for Inter University Research competition by Raj Bhavan, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai in Jan 2008. • Programme Secretary, XXXI Indian social science Congress, SNDT women’s University, Mumbai, Dec. 2007. • Editor, Souvenir, SAUFEST by Association of Indian Universities and SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai. TEACHING EXPERIENCE: October 2004 onwards, teaching Economics of Gender and Development, Industrial Economics and Development Economics for M.A. Part I & II students of Department of Economics, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai. September 2002-4 onwards, teaching labour economics, development economics and infrastructural economics for M.A. part II students of Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, Kalina, Santacruz(E), Mumbai-400098. •

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1988- 2005: As a visiting faculty and a resource person, for 15 years, taught women’s studies at PG Department of Teaching and Research in Economics, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai. 1988- 1993, for 5 years, taught MA- I and MA- II in Labour Economics and M.Phil, Women’s Studies in Economics. For 10 years, gave contact lectures for women’s studies in Post Graduate Department of Economics. 1993 -1998 taught women’s studies and worked as an external examiner and conducted viva-voce for P.G. Department of Home Science for SNDT Women’s University. 1988-2010 Worked as a resource person for women’s studies for teachers’ training programmes, refreshers’ courses, curriculum development workshops for the PG Departments of Economics, Sociology, social work, home science and English Literature. 1978-2002 – Freelance journalism, television and radio comparing as an anchor person for Women’s programmes. SEMINARS AND CONFERENCES During 1977-2010, presented over 200 papers in several national and international seminars, workshops, training programmes and conferences on development studies with gender perspectives in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, The Philippines, Thailand, Kenya, Senegal, France, The U.K., The Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Yugoslavia, U.S.A. and The USSR. Her articles and research papers have appeared in several Indian and foreign languages in the national & international scholarly journals. VISITING FACULTY: • • • • •

University of Mumbai. S.P. Jain Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai Narsee Monji Institute of Management Studies, Deemed University, Mumbai Tata Institute of social Sciences, Mumbai. Master of Social Work, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai Commonwealth Youth Programme, Times Foundation for Youth Development and research, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai.

ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS
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Award for social work from Vanita Samaj, Mumbai on 17-1-2008 Women Achiever Award from Times Foundation on March 8, 2007. Outstanding Citizenship Award, from Women Political Forum, Mumbai, on 3rd January 2005.
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Vidya Vikas Education Society, Mumbai on 10th December, 2004. Marathi Pradhyapika Parishad & Amaravati University, Maharashtra on 3rd January 2003. Association for Commonwealth University awarded visiting fellowship for post doctoral research at the London School of Economics and Political Science, London in 1992 for 10 months. Received certificate of Merit for Outstanding Writing on Women’s Issues by Eve’s Weekly in on March 8, 1987.

BOOKS
• Coeditor: Gender and Development, The Women Press, Delhi, With Kiran Prasad, Series

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Editor: Empowering Women Worldwide: 12 The Women Press, Delhi, 2010. Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) “Girls” and “Girlhoods” at the Threshold of Youth and Gender-Vacha Initiative, With Kiran Prasad, Series Editor: Empowering Women Worldwide: 7 The Women Press, Delhi, 2009. Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) Discourse on Women & Empowerment, With Kiran Prasad, Series Editors: Empowering Women Worldwide: 4 The Women Press, Delhi, 2009. Vibhuti Patel and Manisha Karne (Editors): Macro Economic Policies and the Millennium Development Goals, Gyan Publications, New Delhi, 2006. Vibhuti Patel Economics of Gender and Development, Department of Distance Education, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai-400020, 2006. Vibhuti Patel and Lakshmi Menon Grinding Realities, WABA, Malaysia, 2006. Vibhuti Patel and Sara Ahmed Challenging Patriarchy- Empowering Women, Olakh, Vadodara, 2005. Editorial Advisor Communication and Empowerment of Women: Strategies and Policy Insights from India Vol. I & II, The Women Press, Delhi, 2004 Co-author Invisible Hands, Women Networking, Mumbai, 2003. Vibhuti Patel Women’s Challenges of the New Millennium, Gyan Publishing House, N.Delhi, 2002. (With Dr.Amarja Nerulkar) Textbook for MA I and MA II Economics, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai. First print in 1995. (Co-authored) Textbook for Foundation Course for senior college students, published by the department of Distance Education, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai. First print in 1992. Reprinted every year in the subsequent period up to 2006.
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Baroda, 1985. • (With Dr. Neera Desai) Indian Women Change and Challenge, in the International Decade, 1975- 85. Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1985 1st edition, and 1990 2nd edition. Next edition in 2002. CO-EDITOR Quest in Education, Gandhi Shishan Bhavan, Mumbai Urdhva Mula (Roots Upwards)- Journal of Women’s Studies published by Sophia Centre for Women’s Studies and Development, Mumbai, 2002-2006. GUEST EDITOR • Special Number on “Women in the Economy”, Antarang Sanginiwomen’s Studies Journal in Hindi, Mumbai, October, 2009. • Special Number on Women, Bharatiya Samajik Chintan, Indian Academy of social Sciences, Allahabad, Vol. VII, No. 2, July-September, 2008. • Special Number on Women and Development, SAMYUKTA, Women’s Initiatives, Thiruvananthapuram, January, 2005. EDITOR: SNDT Newsline MEMBER OF EDITORIAL BOARD • The International Journal of Economics, Education and Development (TIJEED), Switzerland. • Bharatiya Samajik Chintan, Indian Academy of social Sciences, Allahabad, August, 2008. • The Urban World, Quarterly Journal of Regional Centre for Urban Environmental Studies, All India Institute of Local self Government, Mumbai. CHAPTER IN BOOKS BY OTHER SCHOLARS

“Gender Audits of Budgets with Respect to Women’s Health in India” in Amita Sahaya & Sunita Kaistha (ed.) Women Work and Health: Current Concerns, Series Editor: Empowering Women worldwide: 9, The Women Press, Delhi, 2010.

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“Education and Health of Girl Child”, in Kiran Prasad and Vibhuti Patel, Series Editor: Empowering Women worldwide: 7 Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) Girls and Girlhoods at the Threshold of Youth and GenderVacha Initiative, The Women Press, Delhi, 2010. “Social Exclusion: Women” in How Inclusive is the Eleventh Five Year Plan? People’s Mid Term Appraisal, Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability, Delhi, 2010. “Violence Against women: Trends, Issues and Action Strategies”, in T. P. Shankarkutty Nair (Ed.) India: Yesterday and Today-A Festschrift for Padmabhooshan Prof. Alappat Sreedhara Menon, Grace Printers, Thiruvananthapuram, 2009.

Chapter on “Gender” Mumbai Human Development Report for UNDP, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai and All India Institute of Local self Government, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 2009.

“Globalisation, Women and Work” in Globalisation and the Indian Economy edited by Ravi Prakash Yadav, Ragini Deep and Puja Roy, New Century Publications, New Delhi, 2009.

“Women’s Right to Land and Housing” in Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) Discourse on Women & Empowerment, The Women Press, Delhi, 2009. • “Women’s Leadership in Microfinance: Issues and Challenges” in Vibhuti Patel (Ed.) Discourse on Women & Empowerment, The Women Press, Delhi, 2009. • “Communalism, Imperialism and Economic Profile of women” in Vatsala Shukla (ed.) Communalism in India, Delhi: Hope India, 2008. • “Cities, Gender Budgeting and Civic Governance” and “Gender Budgeting in India” in Swapna Gopalan (Ed.) Gender Budgeting in IndiaTowards Achieving Gender Equity, Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, 2008. • “Gender Audits of budgets with respect to Women’s Health in India”, Amita Sahaya (ed.), Selected Readings, IV International Congress, 2005 published by Women, Work and Health, New Delhi, 2008. • “Human rights Education”, Lily Balasingh, Briget Mary and Jesudason Jeyraj (ed.) Human Rights and Higher Education, Lady Dock College, Madurai, Tamilnadu, 2008.

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“Gender audit as an Input to Engender Governance”, in Engendering Governance Institutions-State, Market and Civil Society edited by Smita Mishra Panda, Sage Publications, Delhi, 2008. • “Sexual Harassment Free Workplace for Women” in Discrimination at Workplace: A Critical Study”, Hyderabad: Amicus Books, Icfai University, 2008. • “Women and Development Debate” in Women and Development, Regional Centre for Urban Environmental Studies of All India Institute of Local self Government, Mumbai, 2008. • “Political Economy of Missing Girls in India” in 45 Million Daughters Missing, Ekatra, Delhi, 2008. • “Discourse on Sexual Harassment Free Workplace for Women” in Ranjana Harish & V. Bharathi Harishankar (Ed.) Redefining Feminism, Rawat Publications, Jaipur and Delhi, 2007. • “Gender Budget in India” in Gender and Budget by Equity Foundation-A Forum for Women and Child, Patna, 2007. • “Gender Audits of Budgets with Respect to Women’s Health in India” in Gender Budgeting by YASHADA & AIILSG, National Resource Centre on Urban Poverty, GOI & UNDP, Mumbai, 2007. • “Women’s Studies in India-Gender Analysis Framework” in Sukhvinder Kaur Multani (Ed.) Empowerment of Women, ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, 2007. • “Globalisation and Women’s Movement in India” in Empowerment Engendered, Regional Centre for Urban Environmental Studies, All India Institute of Local self Government, Mumbai, 2007. • “Sexual Harassment at Work Place” in Rehana Ghadially (Ed.) Urban Women In Contemporary India-a Reader, Sage Publications, Delhi, 2007. • “Sexual Harassment Free workplace for Women” in B.C. Prabhakar (ED) Gender Sensitivity at Workplace, Karnataka Employers’ Association (KEA), Banglore and International Labour Organisation (ILO), Geneva, 2006. • “Confronting Contradictions” in Neera Desai Feminism as Experience: Thoughts and Narratives, SPARROW, Mumbai, 2006. • “Political Economy of Missing Girls in India” in Tulsi Patel Sex Selective Abortions in India, Sage Publications, Delhi, 2006. • “Gender Audit of Budgets” in Women Struggle for Existence, Equity Asia, Patna, Bihar, 2006. • “Gender and Development Debate in India” in Falendra K. Sudan (Ed.) India’s Economic Development, Serial Publications, Delhi, 2006.

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“Globalisation and the Developing World” in R.K. Singh (ed) Indian Banking and Financial Sector Reforms-Realising Global Aspirations, Abhijeet Publications, Delhi, 2006. • “Globalisation and Women’s Movement: 1995-2005” in NGO Country Report: Beiging +10 From Shadow to Self by India Women’s Watch, Delhi, 2005. • “Civil Society Perspective in Monitoring PNDT Act, 1994 as amended in 2003”, CEHAT, Mumbai, 2005. • “Urban Poverty and the Issues of Migrant Women in the Context of Globalisation: Challenges, Responses and strategies for Social Movements” and “Globalisation and Sex Selective Abortions” in K.R. Gupta (Ed.) Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy, Atlantic Publication and Distributors, Delhi, 2005. • “Gender Audit of Budgets-a Case Study of India” in K.R. Gupta (Ed.) Studies in Indian Economy, Atlantic Publisher and Distributors, Delhi, 2005. • “Social Construction of Paid and Unpaid work of Gujarati women in the Bombay Presidency, 1881-1931” in K.K. Shah(ed.) History and Gender Some Explorations, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 2005. • “Fundamentalism, Communalism and Gender Justice” in Ram Puniani (Ed.) Religion, Power and Violence, Sage Publications, Delhi, 2005. • Contributed chapter on “Women in the Economy” for India Country Report: Platform for action, 10 Years After, Department of Women and Child development, Ministry of Human Resource development, Government of India, Delhi, 2005. • “India’s Economic Reforms and Women” in Susheela Subramanya, Meera Chakravorty, N.S. Visvanath (ed.s) Women in Nation buildingPerspectives, Issues and Implications, A Southern Economist Publication, Banglore, 2005. • “Civil Society Perspective on PNDT Act, 1994 as amended in 2003” in Towards a National Campaign Against Sex Selection, CEHAT, Mumbai, 2005. • “Economic Reforms and Women” in a book Invisible Hands, Women Networking, Documentation Research Training Centre, Mumbai, May, 2004. • “Women and Economic Development” in Bhachandra Mungekar (Ed.) The Economy of Maharashtra-Changing Structure and Emerging Issues, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Social and Economic Change, Mumbai, 2003. • “Sex Determination and Sex Pre-selection Tests in India: Recent Techniques in Femicide”, Mumbai: CEHAT, 2003.
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“Human Rights Education for Prevention of Violence”, Mumbai: Documentation, Research and Training Centre and International Human Rights Education Consortium, October, 2003. • “Gender Budget Initiatives in India” in Gender Budget Initiatives, School of Women’s Studies, Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar, 2003. • “Need for Analysis of Household in Different Modes of Production” and “Review of Earlier Work on Conceptual Biases in Data on Women’s Work” in Maithreyi Krishnaraj and Joy Deshmukh (Ed.s) Gender in Economics, Bombay-Ajanta Publications, 2001. • Write-up on Sex-Determination Tests and Sex-preselection Tests, Communalism and Violence published in Routledge International ENCYCLOPAEDIA for women, Routledge, USA, 2000 AD • "Campaigns Against Gender Violence" in a book edited by Shirin Kudchetkar and Sabina Al Isa (Ed.s) Violence Against Women and Women Against Violence, Pencraft International, Delhi, 1998. • Article "Women's Movement in India and an Anti Rape Campaign" in a book edited by J.P. Singh, Indian Women -Myth and Reality, Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi, 1996. • Two articles contributed on Media analysis of "Madhustree Dutta Case" and the "Nuns Murder Case" published in a book edited by Meera Kosambi Women's Oppression in the Public Gaze: An Analysis of Newspaper Coverage-State Action and Activist Response, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1994. • "Ideological Debates among Autonomous Women's Groups in India" in Susheela Kaushik (Ed.) Women's Participation in Politics, Vikas Publications, Delhi, 1993. • New Economic Policy and Women and Gender Violence- chapters in a training manual for the Decision-Makers, Prepared by Sakti, Banglore, 1993. • "Evaluation of Childcare Facilities in Maharashtra", Project sponsored by UNICEF, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1989.Article based on the research published in Research Centre for Women's Studies Newsletter, Vol.13, No.1, 1992. • "Girl Child-An Endangered Species?" in a book edited by Viney Kripal The Girl Child in 20th Century Indian Literature, Sterling Publishers, Delhi, 1992. • "Violence against Women", Approach of the state machinery Vs Women's organisations providing support to women victims of violence. Sponsored by UNESCO, co-ordinated by Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1991.
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"Girl Child and the Family", Research project sponsored by UGC, coordinated research work and action programme for Thane District, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1991. • "Getting foothold in Politics", Readings on Women's Studies series no.5, Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University, Bombay, 1990.Article based on the research work published in Janata, Vol.45, Nos. 36-40, January 6, 1991. • “Emergence and Proliferation of Autonomous Women’s Movement in India” and “Our Campaign against Sex Selection” in Rehana Ghadially (Ed) Women and Society in India, Sage Publications, Delhi, 1988. • “Autonomous Women’s Groups in India” in Neera Desai (Ed.) Women’s Movement in India, Himalaya Publications, Mumbai, 1988.

ARTICLES IN WEB-JOURNALS:
Book Review by Vibhuti Patel [BOOK: A New Politics of Identity: Political Principles for an Interdependent World by Bhikhu Parekh, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, pp. ix+317, price: 19.99 pounds] http://theradicalhumanist.com/index.php? option=com_radical&controller=article&Itemid=56&cid=183&task=singl e, 14-5-2010. • Gender Budgeting, www.justfemme.com, 16-3-2010 • “Women Right to Land and housing” http://alternativesinternational.net/article2006.html • “Women’s Liberation in India”, New Left Review I/153, Sep-Oct 1985, www.newleftreview.org /?view=1194 India Together: “Gaining Ground on Mental Health”, January 2004, www.indiatogether.org /2004/jan/wom-mnthlt.htm - 75k

HTTP://WWW.ONEWORLD.NET/ARTICLE/SEARCH/PARENT/7/VIBHUTI+PAT EL/ • Governance through a gender lens, 6-10-08 • Women’s Right to Land and Housing, May 2008 • Bringing ‘Personal is Political’ back in vogue, July 2008 • Education and health of the Girl Child in Urban India, 2007 • Gender Budgeting for Women's Empowerment, 2007 • Countering Gender Violence: A book review 2007 • Gender audit of budgets with respect to women's health in India,2006 • Olakh: transforming conflicts, transforming selves,2006 • Macro Economic Policies & MDG III: promotion of gender equality and empowerment of women, 2006 • Sex Selection & Pre-birth Elimination of Girl Child , 2005
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Book review: “Identity and Violence - The Illusion of Destiny” by Prof. Amartya Sen, 2006 Schools to Empower Girls (2005) WEBSITE:

[EUROPE SOLIDAIRE SANS FRONTIÈRES] HTTP://WWW.EUROPE-SOLIDAIRE.ORG/

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“A New Politics of Identity” Book Review: A New Politics of Identity: Political Principles for an Interdependent World by Bhikhu Parekh, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, pp. ix+317, price: 19.99 pounds, May 8, 2010 Seher, A Feminist Counseling Centre in Mumbai & Pune, October, 2009 Fundamentalism, Communalism & Gender justice http://www.europesolidaire.org/spip.php?article13223, 8-3-09 Women’s Leadership in Micro Finance http://www.europesolidaire.org/spip.php?article11249, 2008 Women & Patriarchy PATEL Vibhuti - 11 March 2006 Sex Selection & Pre Birth Elimination of Girl Child Women & Patriarchy PATEL Vibhuti - November 2006 Globalisation & Women’s Movement in India during 1995-2006 Patriarchy, family PATEL Vibhuti - 2005 Violence Against Women & Girls in South AsiaIndia PATEL Vibhuti - 8 July 2008 Private Higher Education in India-Changing Scenario Rural & fisherfolk PATEL Vibhuti - 2004 “And the Bamboo Flowers in the Indian Forests” Civilisation & Identities PATEL Vibhuti - November 2006 Amartya Sen’s “Identity and Violence” Women & Patriarchy PATEL Vibhuti - 2003 Women and Housing Rights Women & patriarchy PATEL Vibhuti - 9 April 2008 India: Women’s Right to Land and Housing Water PATEL Vibhuti - 14 April 2008 Political Economy of Water and People’s Protests ESOCIALSCIENCES

Getting a Foothold in Politics”- Women in Political Decision Making Process, esocialsciences, June, 2008. • “Cities, Gender budgeting and civil Governance, esocialsciences, 2007 • “Gender Audit of Budgets” esocialsciences, March, 8, 2006 • How India's budget for 2003-04 will impact women, 2. A brief history of the battle against Sexual Harassment at Workplace, 3. Impact of globalisation on women in www.infochange.com

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Promotion of Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women in Evikalpa, 2005 in http://vakindia.org/vikalp.htm “Fundamentalism, Communalism and ender Justice, Books.google.co.in/books?isbn Gender Budgeting in India, UNIFEM, www.genderbudgets.org/content/view/292/144/ - 33, 2007 “Political Economy of Missing girls in India”, www.feministagenda.org.au/CoFA/Missing

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