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Re: Module 2 opens
by Swathi Subramaniam(INS) - Thursday, 5 June 2014, 5:21 PM

Q3. Infrastructure in terms of social audit can be defined in this manner. It is important to provide basic amenities such as seating toilets, drinking water, etc for any public meetings. However, in the context of community meetings in small towns and villages it also determines the inclusion and participation of marginalised groups including women. Existent patriarchal and casteist constructs of the Indian society might inhibit women and other marginalised from attending these meetings. Providing unbiased and adequate seating seating and ensuring toilet facilities will be positive factor that encourage many individuals and communities to come forward and be a part of social audit. So that they may be encouraged to share their views and suggestions and put forth their demands.