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The book contains social economy and green economy development different concepts, theories, ideas; community development different thoughts, citizenry skills development concepts, poverty eradication and good governance approaches, local living economics propositions and their implications in Bangladesh and in Canada with examples. It narrates different concepts, theories, and approaches to green management development practices for sustainable business development. The book has its roots analysing social development different thoughts and services to identify gaps and to solve environmental degradation problems, employment generation, poverty reduction, and to identify sustainable ‘bottom-up’ social development approaches. The discussions of the book explore the process of empowerment of gender development, good governance, and raising community solidarity capital development among disadvantaged people in Bangladesh and Canada. Civil society agencies have been working for people’s citizenship development, local resource development, ecological development, women empowerment, and community organizing, thrive to civic education and develop networking among villagers since Bangladesh independence 1972. By reading this book, readers can find latest information on social, economic and green development different schemes and services initiated by NGOs and their implementing strategies and outcomes in Bangladesh and in Canada that are narrated in the book. The book writes in a debate form in order to analyse social development different thoughts with examples to explore appropriate initiatives need to be taken for improving disadvantage people livelihoods in Bangladesh and Canada.
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