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Can social movements improve female nutrition?


Introduction Despite economic progress in South Asia, female undernutrition continues to be a significant challenge in the region. This paper focusses on nutrition-focussed social movements initiated by development programming and explores whether such social movements can help improve female nutrition across Low-and-Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) in this region. The first section provides a brief background to […]

Responding to the Right


The rise and (hopeful) fall of populist right-wing movements like Trump’s holds three important lessons for progressives.

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