The 2023 SASNET Symposium agenda included:
Session 1 - Sustainability in the Contexts of Water, Pollution, and Waste
Chair: Ted Svensson
Johan Miörner (Department of Human Geography, Lund University), 'Achieving Sustainable Industrial Path Development through Territorial Valuation Dynamics: A Case Study of Urban Water Management in Bengaluru'.
Maansi Parpiani (Global Health Section, Copenhagen University), 'Consuming Pollution: Industrial Work and Noxious Exposure in the Postindustrial City'.
Riya Raphael (School of Social Work, Lund University), '"Informal" Waste Work and Eco-Social Welfare Framework'.
Session 2 - Civil Society in (and beyond) South Asia
Chair: Therese Boje Mortensen
Morten Koch Andersen (Raoul Wallenberg Institute), 'Political Space and Forms of Communication in South Asian Civil Society'.
Vasna Ramasar (Department of Human Geography, Lund University), 'Developing a Global Tapestry of Alternatives: Weaving and Learning from Alternative Practices within Vikalp Sangam, India'.
Soumi Banerjee (School of Social Work, Lund University), 'Civic Governmentality: Civil Society Developments in India'.
Yutaka Sato (Development of Gender Studies, Lund University), 'Unintended Consequences of NGO-Mediated Community Participation: Individualised Pursuit of "Development" in Ahmedabad, India'.
Session 3 - Claiming Rights and Justice
Chair: Vasna Ramasar
Sahana Subramanian (LUCSUS, Lund University), 'Expanding Freedoms and Improving Commons through Labour: A Study of Kerala's Ayyankali Urban Employment Guarantee Scheme'.
Maryam Nastar (LUCSUS, Lund University), 'At the Intersection of Heat Inequality and Digital Injustice: Implications for Policy and Practice'.
Therese Boje Mortensen (Human Rights Studies, Lund University), 'Children of the Rights Revolution: The Role of Children's Rights in India's Rights-Based Legislation 2004-2014'.
Session 4 - Community-Making and its Political and Social Consequences
Chair: Ted Svensson
Sam Antony Kocheri Clement (Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University), 'A Forgotten Community: The Latin Catholics of Kerala'.
Azher Hameed Qamar (School of Social Work, Lund University), 'From Political Crisis to Permacrisis in Pakistan: Changes and Challenges'.
Rishi Jha (Institute of Urban Research, Malmö University), 'Governing Preventable Death'.