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Mark Doidge, Radosław Kossakowski and Svenja Mintert

from the politics of left and right. As Guțu (2017: 3) argues in relation to Romanian ultras, Although between 2000 and 2008 ultras factions which shared rightwing or nationalist values were quite popular (Dinamo, Honor et Patria  –  Romanian National Team, Peluza Sud Steaua etc.), the same members participated actively in the protests against austerity measures from January 2012, against the right-wing government. Today, we notice the ultras becoming ideologically moderate, some of them getting involved in democratic causes of the civil society. This does not mean

in Ultras
Claire Beaudevin, Jean-Paul Gaudillière, Christoph Gradmann, Anne M. Lovell and Laurent Pordié

the pursuit of WHO goals, thus providing continuity with the ways in which the selective primary health care policies of the 1970s and 1980s sought to tackle the problem of scarcity. In addition to this institutional shift and adaptation, one may argue that the broader managerial turn in governance was also central to global health; more central than the processes of privatization and/or austerity policies. The rise of the World Bank's language and tools accompanying the emergence of global health came with the new centrality and pervasive role of budget balancing

in Global health and the new world order
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Stewart Allen

theme, as noted in the introduction to this book, that runs pervasively throughout the Barefoot originating narrative. However, it is also one that has widespread appeal in Hindu thought. Renunciation, or sannyāsa, occupies a central place in Hindu culture and is often considered its most well-known cultural ideal (Madan 1987: 1). The figure of the renouncer, an individual who gives up all worldly possessions to live a life of austerity and spirituality, is a pervasive image on the Hindu political stage, perhaps most closely associated with the figure of Gandhi and

in An ethnography of NGO practice in India