Making Meaning Together – New approaches to Governance and Community in Modern Democracies
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Social, economic, educational and infrastructure development programs in Bangladesh, including national and international aid and grants, currently focus on the agenda of ‘poverty alleviation’. However, they are not performing as expected – social degradation, poverty elevation, high rate of population growth with lower rate of intellectual growth, and mal-development are clearly on the increase. Environmental degradation, including floods, droughts, desertification and biodiversity depletion, is also increasingly taking place.This is legacy content. It is provided as a reference source only. The Queensland Government does not own or maintain this content. Please contact the original authors if you have any questions.