“Towards a Feminist Solidarity Economy: A Study of Women Cooperatives in Four States of India” emerges out of a study that sought to assess the role of cooperatives in empowerment of women socially, economically, through control over own income, and politically, through voting, participation in local governance and political representation. İt, further, aims to investigate if co-operatives lead towards empowerment and change in the position of women in the community. Empowerment, as we understand, is a multi-dimensional process and inextricably related to gender inequality. This study sought to delve upon the factors contributing to women’s empowerment through co-operative movement. It also looks at the issue through the subjecthood of the most dispossessed women.
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