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Learning from the Kattunayakan community: How to live with elephants? – Tamil Nadu

Elephant conservation: Can elephants and humans live together? by Tarsh Thekaekara, The Guardian, Monday 6 March 2017  | To view more photos and read the full article, click here >> Berserk beasts, trashed crops, vengeful villagers: tales of ‘conflict’ come thick and fast … Continue reading

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Exercising one’s forest rights by employing GPS technology: New insights gained by tribal communities of the Nilgiris during an exposure trip to Odisha

Report and photos courtesy Shruti Agarwal © 2015 | To view more photos and read the full article, click here >> Orissa has many success stories where formal recognition of rights, both individual and community, have been done to a great … Continue reading

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Knowing their rights and making it known: The four indigenous communities in the Gudalur valley of the Nilgiris – Tamil Nadu

The Gudalur valley in the Nilgiris is home to four distinct indigenous communities -Paniyas, Kattunayakans, Mullukurumbas and Bettakurumbas. Source: Cultural Diversity | At the Edge of Existence Address : https://cultureandconservation.wordpress.com/test/ Date Visited: Thu Jan 29 2015 14:32:50 GMT+0100 (CET) On … Continue reading

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Informatie – algemeen nut beogende instellingen (ANBI)

ANBI statutory registration details (Dutch) Naam Stichting Tribal Cultural Heritage in India Foundation Fiscaal nummer ANBI 820064865 De belastingdienst heeft de Stichting Tribal Cultural Heritage in India Foundation sinds 5 november 2008 aangemerkt als algemeen nut beogende instelling (ANBI). Meer … Continue reading

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Minister for Environment and Minister for Tribal Affairs trying to protect forests from “shining India” – the Hyderabad biodiversity pledge in perspective

Tarsh Thekaekara, The Hindu, October 17, 2012 Efforts towards conserving the country’s biodiversity are hobbled by the frightening insistence that development cannot be held up Who knew the term biodiversity 20 years ago? Hardly anyone. The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) … Continue reading

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