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Friendship as a mode of sustainable change in the ready-made-garment sector in Bangladesh

Friendship as a mode of sustainable change in the ready-made-garment sector in Bangladesh
Friendship as a mode of sustainable change in the ready-made-garment sector in Bangladesh
Forthcoming Chapter in Friendship as Social Justice Activism, Critical Solidarities in a Global Perspective. University of Chicago Press/Seagull India. This anthology is the first of its kind in bringing together academics and activists in conversations about friendship, love and desire as kinetics for social justice movements. The contributors come from across the globe and are involved in diverse movements such as LGBTQ rights; intimate-partner violence; recovery from addiction; and housing, migrant, labour and environmental justice activism. Each narrates how living and organizing within circles of friendship offer new ways of dreaming and struggling for social justice. Recent scholarship in different disciplinary fields as well as activist literature have brought attention to the political possibilities within friendship. The essays, memoirs, poems and artwork in this volume address these political possibilities within the context of gender, sexuality and economic justice movements
Bangladesh, Friendship, Fashion, workers' rights, Sustainability, leadership and identity
187-198
University of Chicago Press
Begum, Lipi
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Anjum, Maher
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Banerjea, Niharika
Dasgupta, Debanuj
K. Dasgupta, Rohit
M. Grant, Jaime
Begum, Lipi
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Anjum, Maher
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Banerjea, Niharika
Dasgupta, Debanuj
K. Dasgupta, Rohit
M. Grant, Jaime

Begum, Lipi and Anjum, Maher (2018) Friendship as a mode of sustainable change in the ready-made-garment sector in Bangladesh. In, Banerjea, Niharika, Dasgupta, Debanuj, K. Dasgupta, Rohit and M. Grant, Jaime (eds.) Friendship as Social Justice Activism: Critical Solidarities in a Global Perspective. University of Chicago Press, pp. 187-198.

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Forthcoming Chapter in Friendship as Social Justice Activism, Critical Solidarities in a Global Perspective. University of Chicago Press/Seagull India. This anthology is the first of its kind in bringing together academics and activists in conversations about friendship, love and desire as kinetics for social justice movements. The contributors come from across the globe and are involved in diverse movements such as LGBTQ rights; intimate-partner violence; recovery from addiction; and housing, migrant, labour and environmental justice activism. Each narrates how living and organizing within circles of friendship offer new ways of dreaming and struggling for social justice. Recent scholarship in different disciplinary fields as well as activist literature have brought attention to the political possibilities within friendship. The essays, memoirs, poems and artwork in this volume address these political possibilities within the context of gender, sexuality and economic justice movements

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Accepted/In Press date: 2017
Published date: February 2018
Additional Information: Chapter Nineteen
Keywords: Bangladesh, Friendship, Fashion, workers' rights, Sustainability, leadership and identity

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Local EPrints ID: 418729
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/418729
PURE UUID: 78722820-cfa0-4f51-83e7-6fb6e996214e
ORCID for Lipi Begum: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5719-4032

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Date deposited: 20 Mar 2018 17:30
Last modified: 08 Apr 2019 16:31

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