By Latha Pillai, Babu Remesh
This ebook is a set of essays that are geared up round wide topics- inclusion of the excluded and schooling for the marginalized. The essays provide an exposition to the variety of inequalities and demanding situations in numerous fields of social engagement, and open up attainable methods of addressing those matters. The members talk about inclusiveness and marginalization within the modern social contexts, their diversified dimensions, and interlinkages with numerous assets of social inequalities together with caste-, class-, and gender-related elements.
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