This study attempts to look at an industrial zone where the government and the industries have started the process of development with specific goals and objectives. The study also tries to seek a glimpse of the various stakeholders and their understanding and experience in the industrial development process and their role as stakeholders in seeking and negotiating for accountability from the dominant groups.
This report is organized in three sections. Section I provides the responsibilities of Maharashtra Industrial Development (MIDC), objectives, activities and methodology. Section II focuses on the contexts of land, shelter, rights and entitlements, and interaction with institutions and some case studies. Section III interprets the findings and draws lessons from them.
Study Report No 4, New Delhi, India; PRIA, 68 pp.
Multi-Party Accountability for Environmentally Sustainable Industrial Development: the challenge of active citizenship. A study of stakeholders in the Lote Parshuram chemical industrial belt, Chiplun, Maharashtra.