This chapter discusses the roles of the Occupational Health and Safety Centre (OHSC) and the Environmental and Occupational Health Section of the Society for Participatory Research in Asia in brokering and bridging the worlds of affected workers, and of scientific and policy institutions, in occupational health issues in India. Emergent relationships between workers as citizens, scientific institutions and governance are considered. Owing to copyright restrictions, only the first 3 pages are attached, together with a link to the book at Zed Books.
Murlidhar, V. Demystifying occupational and environmental health: experiences from India. In: Science and Citizens: Globalization and the challenge of Engagement. Zed Books, London, (2005) ISBN 9781842775516