‘GLOBALISATION HAS NOT HELPED THE POOR’- YELLAPPA REDDY
Indo Global Social service society and Impact consortium jointly organised State Level meet focussing on urban poverty and Climate change its effects on urban poor
Indo – Global social service
Bengaluru : IIC members , Teachers and students from various District -based NGO’s deliberated at length the impact of globalisation focussing on urban poverty and Climate change its effects on urban poor on the society at a workshop held at here on Saturday.
Chief speaker and associate professor of social psychology at Indian social institute, Dr. A.N. Yellappa Reddy. Environmentalist said globalisation and social impact gives power to people who are already powerful, while people from weaker sections of society don’t get the benefit of it. Yellappa also expressed concern over Flights using more air during take-off at Air ports it is trouble to local poor people and some companies used more water at their factories it is scarcity of water to poor people and lack of job opportunities for youth. “Given the rapid pace of technological advancement in recent years, the question of how our increasing use of technology to interact with each other affects our wellbeing has become increasingly important,” and interests of Smart Mobile is more than our children well being its really a crash across the world
Dr. Sampath –Convenor -IIC. at ISI, said NGO for social action is doing well, globalization has become static. “The government should take steps for augmenting development and support the poor youth,” he said.
However, Bangalore Based Dr. Ramachandrappa HT. Program MIC-ICC said globalisation and our social impact has not improved the condition of even Dalits and other communities in the country. “We need to decide whether globalisation is positive or negative. We can’t call it negative and ask our youth to get trained in that way.”