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When the Centre first began in 1980, a major concern was to extend the understanding of women’s studies beyond the academy.  This wider conception of women’s studies has found concrete form in the Centre’s involvements in the field of action-research, whereby grassroots women’s organizations and institutions have been partners in the production of knowledge about women’s lives and struggles. 

In so doing, the Centre has demonstrated its commitment to change and transformation through intervening in and initiating developmental processes and activities, especially among rural women, otherwise the most remote from institutions of higher education.

ACTION RESEARCH PROJECTS

  Partnership with Peasant Women (and Men) in West Bengal - Bankura
   
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  Midnapur Action Research
   
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