Religions, Democracy and Governance: Spaces for the Marginalized in Contemporary India. Policy Brief.

Abstract

This research aimed to contribute to understanding of the complex relationships between religion and politics in India, by examining some of the ways in which disadvantaged groups within the major religious communities have sought to improve their wellbeing. This Briefing is based on Working Paper No. 26.

Citation

Policy Brief No. 2, Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham, UK, 4 pp.

Religions, Democracy and Governance: Spaces for the Marginalized in Contemporary India. Policy Brief.

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