'This is important, cutting edge work in the new discussions around rights, responsibilities, subjectivity and agency. Very highly recommended.'
Gita Sen, Sir Ratan Tata chair professor and chairperson, Centre for Public Policy, Indian Institute of Management
'Naila Kabeer is to be congratulated for bringing together this collection of essays that give us a comparative perspective on citizenship in everyday life.'
Mahmood Mamdani, Herbert Lehmann professor at the Department of Anthropology, University of Columbia.
'The case studies in Inclusive Citizenship are powerful, absorbing stories, told with force and passion that compel the reader to internalise them.'
Krishnamurthy Pushpanath, campaign executive, Oxfam GB, UK
'Although the idea of citizenship is almost universal, little is known about what it means for ordinary people in the contemporary world in both industrialised and developing countries. This book is therefore a timely contribution to filling this gap.'
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