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Title: Fishing in Turbulent Waters
Contributors: Chaaminda, Sumith
Keywords: Relationship between development and ethnic reconciliation in post-war Sri Lanka.
Sri Lankan government -- economic development -- ethnic reconciliation --economic and livelihood opportunities
Fishing industry --Northern and Eastern provinces --Sri Lanka
Government’s development --ethnic tensions in the war affected areas -- Sri Lanka.
Governments post-war development strategy --asymmetry and distribution of the benefits of economic growth between ethnic communities.
Northern fishing communities and their competitors from the Southern provinces and South India
Reinforcement and reproduction --social hierarchies and power relation as well as the emergence of new forms of suppression and inequality.
Sri Lanka.
Issue Date: Aug-2012
Publisher: International Centre for Ethnic Studies
Place of Publication: Sri Lanka
Series/Report no.: International Centre for Ethnic Studies; 2012; Working Paper series: 2
ISBN: 978-955-580-131-7
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Appears in Collections:Serials and series reports (Publicly Accessible) - International Centre for Ethnic Studies [Sri Lanka] ICES Working Paper

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