All Publications

Food for Thought

RLS South Asia regularly publishes comments, short essays, political analysis and research papers, which can be accessed from the list below. Additionally you also find a selection of articles which our partners published as part of one of our joint projects.

 Agriculture, English

Food and nutrition from forests: Relationships with Forest Ecological Status and Management System as biodiversity has become relevant forforest-dwelling ethnic communities.

 Agriculture, English, Gender, Hindi, India

Women, agroecology & gender equality: a booklet intended to serve as a basic background resource for grassroots groups.

 English, Nepal, Society

This book is a culmination of research conducted by CNS in 2017 on the topic ‘Political Economy and class analysis of Nepali Society’.

 Agriculture, Climate, English

The theme of 8th Annual Climate Change Conference in 2017 was ‘Climate Action: Mitigation and Adaptation in a Post Paris World’.

 Agriculture, Climate, English

Climate change is undeniably affecting the life and natural resources around the world, mostly in the developing countries.

 Agriculture, Bangla

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 Agriculture, Bangla

Climate change is undeniably affecting the life and natural resources around the world, mostly in the developing countries.

 English, Gender, Society

The left mobilization which claims to have transcendental vision – to go beyond capitalism – is in decline. This can be seen across India.

 Agriculture, Bangla

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 English, India, Society

This paper, based on secondary literature, makes an effort to historically trace the Left politics within the region of Telangana.

 Agriculture, English, Food Sovereignty, India, Society

How Do Small Farmers Fare: Evidence from Village Studies in India, edited by Madhura Swaminathan and Sandipan Baksi, is an outcome of research on small farm economy in India by the Foundation for Agrarian Studies in cooperation with Rosa-Luxemburg Stiftung.

 English, Labour, Society

In the last two decades, employment in agricultural sectors in India has declined and the Indian economy has transformed to facilitate global labour extraction concentrated in urban industrial hubs.