Jeevan Raj Sharma

Feinstein Publications

Structural Violence and Social Suffering among Marginal Nepali Migrants
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Over the past decade, Nepal has witnessed a rapid process of social transformation which has accelerated after the end of the “people’s war”. In this report, the third in our…

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Disaster Risk Reduction and Livelihoods
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According to the Hyogo Framework for Action, disasters affect over 200 million people annually, causing significant loss of lives, forced migration, and disruption of livelihoods and institutions. The trend over…

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From Subjects to Citizens? Labor, Mobility & Social Transformation in Rural Nepal
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Nepal is on the cusp of a major “transformation” from a relatively stable condition of reproduction of social and economic relations based on feudal and caste strictures to a more…

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Examining Linkages between Disaster Risk Reduction and Livelihoods Literature Review
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In the disaster context emphasis has been generally placed on the initial humanitarian and emergency response. However, recently there has been an increasing recognition of the importance and value of…

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Towards a “Great Transformation”? The Maoist Insurgency and Local Perceptions of Social Transformation in Nepal
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This report presents the findings of a two-year field research project on local perceptions of social transformation in rural Nepal. The findings, and our interpretations of them, are presented in…

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Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Nepal Country Study
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By Antonio Donini, Jeevan Raj Sharma | August 2008

This study is the twelfth and final country case study of the “Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Principles, Power and perceptions” (HA2015) research project. As with the other case studies it attempts…

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