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  Globalization and Economic Reform as Seen from the Ground: SEWA’s Experience in India
  Authors: Jhabwala Renana, SEWA & Kanbur Ravi, Cornell University, New York
Year: April 2002
  Liberalisation and the Women Worker
  Authors: Jhabwala Renana & Sinha Shalini
Year: 2002
  Moving Towards People Centered Economy
  Author: Ela Bhatt
Year:
  Transforming Water Into Money
  Author: SEWA, FPI and IRC
Year: 2001
  Work Security as a Human Right
  Author: Chatterjee Mirai, SEWA
Year: 2000
  Towards Second Freedom
  Author: Ela Bhatt
Year: 2000
  Making the Poor Women Reach Markets: "SEWA's Journey"
  Authors: Reema Nanvaty
Year: 2000
  Subcontracted Women Workers in the Global economy: Case of Garment Industry in India
  Authors: Bali Namrata and Vyas Jignasa, SEWA & Unni Jeemol, Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Gujarat
Year: 1999
  Sustainable Livelihood of Poor Women and Household through access to food, nutrition and employment generation
Author: SEWA
Year: 1999
  Liberalising for the Poor
  Author: SEWA
Year: 1995
  Structural Adjustment Programme: Issues and Strategies for Action For 'Peoples' Sector Women Workers in India
Author: Jhabwala Renana: SEWA
Year: 1995
   
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