Renana Jhabvala är en indisk socialarbetare baserad i Ahmedabad, som i decennier arbetat för förbättrade villkor och möjligheter för fattiga kvinnor och för personer i den informella ekonomin. 1990 fick hon motta Padma Shri-utmärkelsen från Indiens regering för detta arbete och engagemang. 1
Bibliografi[redigera | redigera wikitext]
Böcker[redigera | redigera wikitext]
- Basic Income : A Transformative Policy for India: Co-edited by Sarath Davala, Soumya Kapoor Mehta & Guy Standing, Bloomsbury Publication, 2015 ISBN 978-1-47258-310-9
- The Idea of Work: Co-authored with Ela Bhatt, Indian Academy For Self Employed Women, 2012.
- Social Income and Insecurity: A Study in Gujarat: Co-authored with Guy Standing, Jeemol Unni, and Uma Rani. Routledge, 2010. ISBN 978-0-41558-574-3
- Empowering Women in an Insecure World: Joining SEWA Makes a Difference: Co-authored with Sapna Desai and Jignasa Dave. SEWA Academy, 2010.
- Membership-Based Organization of the Poor: Co-edited with Martha Chen, Ravi Kanbur and Carol Richards. Routledge, 2007. ISBN 978-0-41577-073-6
- Women, Work and Poverty: Co-authored by Martha Chen, Joann Vanek, Francie Lund, James Heinz, with Renana Jhabvala and Christine Bonner. UNIFEM, New York, 2005. ISBN 978-1-93282-726-2
- Informal Economy Centrestage: New Structures of Employment: Co-edited with Ratna M. Sudarshan and Jeemol Unni. Sage Publications, New Delhi, 2003. ISBN 978-0-76199-710-8
- The Unorganised Sector: Work Security and Social Protection: Co-edited with R.K.A. Subrahmanya. Sage Publications, New Delhi, 2000. ISBN 978-0-76199-419-0
- Speaking Out: Women's Economic Empowerment in South Asia: Co-edited with Martha Chen and Marilyn Carr. IT Publications, 1996. ISBN 978-1-85339-382-2
Utvalda artiklar[redigera | redigera wikitext]
- "Basic Income should have maximum inclusion", Governance Now, February 2017.
- "There Are No Brick-and-Mortar Banks in a Radius of Even Ten Kilometers: Renana Jhabvala on Demonetisation and the Rural Economy", The Caravan, November 2016
- "India's time for unconditional cash transfers – we need to move towards a basic income regime, but cautiously, so that the vulnerable population does not suffer" in The Financial Express, May 2016
- "Cash gets stuck in that last mile – Banks need to focus on getting the banking correspondent model right" in The Financial Express, December 2015
- "Column: Empowering women through cash transfers – Unconditional cash transfers could transform the lives of women and make them more assertive" (with Dr. Guy Standing) in The Financial Express, May 2015
- "No conditions apply" in The Indian Express, December 2014
- "Let's use CSR to strengthen people's sector" in Governance Now, May 2014
- "The unaccounted" in The Indian Express, 2014
- "Women Home-Based Workers Creating Ties Across South Asian Countries: Experience of SEWA and Homenet" (with Donna Doane) in SAARC Journal on Human Resource Development, Vol. 7, No. 1, December 2011.
- "Clogged Pipes and Bureaucratic Blinkers" (with Guy Standing) in Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XLV, Nos. 26 & 27, 2010.
- "Social Protection for Women Workers in the Informal Economy" (with Shalini Sinha) in Comparative Labour Law & Policy Journal, Vol. 27, No. 2, Winter 2006.
- "The Idea of Work" (with Ela Bhatt) in Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXIX, No. 48, 2004.
- "Indian Women Use Video to Spark Collective Action" in Communication for Change, 2003.
- "New Forms of Workers' Organisations: Towards A System of Representation and Voice" in The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, Vol. 46, No. 2, April–June 2003.
- "Liberalisation and the Woman Worker" (with Shalini Sinha) in Economic and Political Weekly, 25 May 2002.
- "Humanitarian Trade Unionist: Jhabvala's Pioneering Efforts for Workers' Rights" in Manushi, Issue 127, November–December 2001.
- "In the Wake of a Quake: SEWA's Relief Efforts in Kutch" in Manushi, Issue 122.
- "Social Security for Women Workers in the Unorganised Sector," (with Shalini Sinha) in The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, October–December 2001 (Conference Issue).
- "Liberalisation and Women" in Seminar, Special Issue on Footloose Labour, November 2000.
- "Roles and Perceptions" in Seminar, Special Issue on Street Vendors, July 2000.
- "Minimum Wages Based on Workers' Needs" in Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 33, No. 10, 1998.
- "Social Security for the Unorganised Sector" in Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXIII, No. 22, May 1998.
- "A Case Study of Interventions in the Labour Market in Gender, Employment and Health", National Council of Applied Economic Research Publication, 1998.
- "Policies Affecting the Unorganised Sector: Lesson from the SEWA Experience" in Margin, Vol. 30, No.1, NCAER Publication, October–December 1997.
- "Women in the People's Sector: Experiences of SEWA" in Social Welfare, Vol. 44, No. 5-6, August–September 1997.
- "Wages for Unorganised Labour" in Seminar, April 1997.
- "Out of the Shadows: Home-based Workers Organise for International Recognition" (with Jane Tate) in SEEDS, No. 18, 1996.
- "India Can Take the Lead" in Labour File, Vol. 2, No. 4, Centre for Communications, New Delhi, April 1996.
- "Invisible Workers Reach International Heights", Economic and Political Weekly, 9 December 1995.
- "Ahmedabad 2001: Planning for the Poor—A Focus on Self employed Women", by Renana Jhabvala and Usha Jumani, reprint from Nagarlok, Vol. XX, No.4, October–December 1988.
- "Claiming What Is Theirs: Struggle of Vegetable Vendors in Ahmedabad", Manushi, Issue 32, January–February 1986.
- "From the Mills to the Streets: A Study of Retrenchment of Women from the Ahmedabad Textile Mills", Manushi, Issue 26, 1985.
- "Neither A Complete Success Nor A Complete Failure: SEWA Organises "Bidi" Workers", Manushi, Issue 22, May–June 1984.
Referenser[redigera | redigera wikitext]
- ^ ”Padma Awards Directory (1954–2009)”. Padma Awards Directory (1954–2009). Ministry of Home Affairs. Arkiverad från originalet den 10 May 2013. https://web.archive.org/web/20130510095705/http://www.mha.nic.in/pdfs/LST-PDAWD.pdf.