Category Archives: Democracy

Audio | The Muskoka Summit on the Environment – Canada

Restoring our relationship with nature from lake beds to treetops Indigenous peoples have all around the world have principles and values that we can learn from, that will help us to understand what our responsibility is here. (9:33) What’s emerging … Continue reading

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Remembering Birsa Munda: The charismatic tribal leader who shook the British Empire – Jharkhand

Birsa Munda – The Tribal Hero Aditi Shah, livehistoryindia.com, July 26, 2018 | Read the full story here >> Imagine a 25-year-old who took on an empire, left an indelible mark on tribal rights across the country and was seen as a … Continue reading

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International Day of the World’s Indigenous People (9 August) – UNESCO

[…]  Over the last decade, the implementation of the Declaration has achieved some major successes in at the national, regional and international levels. Despite the achievements, there continues to be a gap between the formal recognition of indigenous peoples and … Continue reading

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The crisis within by G.N. Devy (Book review): “Nearly one in every twelve humans is a young Indian for whom meaningful education is of critical importance”

Book Review by Namrata (June 24, 2017): The crisis within by G.N. Devy Introduction ISBN: 978-93-83064-10-6 Genre: Non-Fiction/ Economics Publishers: Aleph Publishers Price: Rs. 399/-  ( I got the book for review from the publisher) Nearly one in every twelve … Continue reading

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Tip | Press updates on The Ministry of Tribal Affairs – Times of India

Updates on any government-related issue concerning the welfare of India’s tribal communities are found in the following news section: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/topic/Ministry-Of-Tribal-Affairs Tips for using posts

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