Category Archives: Rights of Indigenous Peoples

“The power of the Universal Declaration is the power of ideas to change the world. It inspires us to continue working to ensure that all people can gain freedom, equality and dignity. One vital aspect of this task is to empower people to demand what should be guaranteed: their human rights.” – UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Illustrated edition of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (2015 ed.)
https://www.un.org/en/udhrbook/pdf/udhr_booklet_en_web.pdf
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Tip | Find books on tribal culture and history published in India

Posted in Adivasi / Adibasi, Bastar, Childhood, Crafts and visual arts, Cultural heritage, Customs, Democracy, Dress and ornaments, Ecology and environment, Economy and development, Education and literacy, Endangered language, Government of India, History, Languages and linguistic heritage, Literature - fiction, Literature and bibliographies, Musicology, Names and communities, Organizations, Regions of India – Tribal heritage & indigenous knowledge, Resources, Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Storytelling, Tips, Topics and issues, Tribal identity, Women, Worship and rituals | Comments Off on Tip | Find books on tribal culture and history published in India

Native Knowledge 360°: To promote improvement of teaching and learning – USA, Canada, Mexico, Central America & South America

Source: email from Kevin Gover (Pawnee), DirectorNational Museum of the American Indian31 January 2018

Posted in Adverse inclusion, Anthropology, Colonial policies, Community facilities, Cultural heritage, Customs, Democracy, eBook eJournal ePaper, Education and literacy, Globalization, History, Languages and linguistic heritage, Misconceptions, Modernity, Museum collections - general, Networking, Organizations, Quotes, Resources, Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Storytelling, Tips, Tribal culture worldwide, Tribal identity, Video resources - external, Worship and rituals | Comments Off on Native Knowledge 360°: To promote improvement of teaching and learning – USA, Canada, Mexico, Central America & South America

Tips | Biodiversity, ethnobotany, health and nutrition

Public health and food security depend on citizens’ willingness to “use and share resources in a sustainable and equitable manner”. The nation’s “primary conservers” – often tribal farmers – are now seen as guardians of biological diversity (Genome Saviour Award); and … Continue reading

Posted in Biodiversity, Community facilities, Customs, Ecology and environment, Economy and development, Education and literacy, Ethnobotany and ethnomedicine, Forest Rights Act (FRA), Health and nutrition, Literature and bibliographies, Nature and wildlife, Organizations, Press snippets, Quotes, Regions of India – Tribal heritage & indigenous knowledge, Resources, Revival of traditions, Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Sacred grove, Success story, Tips, Trees, Western Ghats – Tribal heritage and ecology | Comments Off on Tips | Biodiversity, ethnobotany, health and nutrition

Reserves that are central to the ecological security of a unique group of islands: Tribal rights and conservation – Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The entire Nicobar islands is a tribal reserve and is key for the survival of a number of species of rare and endemic flora and fauna. Unlike the rest of India, tribal rights and conservation are not at the opposite … Continue reading

Posted in Accountability, Adverse inclusion, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Anthropology, Biodiversity, Colonial policies, Constitution and Supreme Court, Customs, Ecology and environment, Economy and development, Figures, census and other statistics, Forest Rights Act (FRA), Government of India, Health and nutrition, History, Literature and bibliographies, Misconceptions, Modernity, Names and communities, Nature and wildlife, Photos and slideshows, Press snippets, Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Rural poverty, Tourism, Tribal identity | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on Reserves that are central to the ecological security of a unique group of islands: Tribal rights and conservation – Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Proper coverage of “deprivation”: Ethical considerations for students of Indian journalism

Asian College of Journalism: Covering Deprivation During the first semester, all students take a required course— the only one of its kind taught by a journalism school anywhere in the world — Covering Deprivation. Deprivation” refers to the inability of … Continue reading

Posted in Accountability, Adverse inclusion, Childhood, Commentary, Constitution and Supreme Court, Democracy, Education and literacy, Figures, census and other statistics, Literature and bibliographies, Media portrayal, Misconceptions, Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTG), Press snippets, Quotes, Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Rural poverty, Storytelling, Video resources - external, Worship and rituals | Comments Off on Proper coverage of “deprivation”: Ethical considerations for students of Indian journalism