Keywords- EF Schumacher, Julius Nyrere, Mahatma Gandhi, Robert Hornik
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|1.||EF Schumacher||Intermediate technology|
|2.||Julius Nyrere||Popular Participation in development|
|3.||Mahatma Gandhi||Basic needs fulfillment|
|4.||Robert Hornik||Change in power relations for development|
- Ernst Friedrich Schumacher was a German statistician and economist who is best known for his proposals for human-scale, decentralized and appropriate technologies1.
- He developed the concepts of “intermediate technology” and “small is beautiful.”
- Practical Action (previously known as Intermediate Technology Development Group, ITDG ) is development charity registered in the United Kingdom2.
- He published A Guide for the Perplexedas a critique of materialistic scientism2.
- Julius Kambarage Nyerere was a Tanzanian anti-colonial activist, politician, and political theorist.
- He promoted a political philosophy known as Ujamaa (social and economic development policies in Tanzania).
- The article “A Very Real War”:Popular participation in Development in Tanzania during the 1950’s and 1960’s on Julius Nyerere.
- Mahatma Gandhi was an Indian activist who was the leader of the Indian independence movement against British colonial rule4.
- Gandhi ji is known as the Father of the Nation4.
- Mahatma Gandhi won his first battle of civil disobedience in India at Champaran.
- Despite his belief in Hinduism, Gandhi was also critical of many of the social practices of Hindus and sought to reform the religion5.