Adivasi school children at the Vidyodaya receive training in photography and filming. Those interested in presenting their culture with the help of modern media will learn how to edit and upload their material on the web.
They will also create archive photographs and video footage to their the living museum presently in the making. From this will result a short film on one of the tribes of the Nilgiri region near Gudalur.
Outreach programmes facilitated by ACCORD ensures that members of the tribal communities will have an opportunity to see their own culture through their children’s eyes. And so will people all over the world with the help of suitable educational contents through the internet and digital publications. View the slideshow >>
- Accord | Articles by Mari Marcel Thekaekara
- Ashwini community health programme
- Childhood and children
- Community facilities
- eBook & eJournal | eLearning
- Education and literacy
- Gudalur | Communities: Paniya | Kattunayaka | Mullukurumba | Bettakurumba
- Health and nutrition | Recommendations by the Expert Committee
- Shola Trust | Nilgiri biosphere
- Success stories
- Tribal elders
- Viswa Bharati Vidyodaya Trust
- Western Ghats – tribal heritage & ecology
- What is the Forest Rights Act about?
Who is a forest dweller under this law, and who gets rights?
- “Who are Scheduled Tribes?”: Clarifications by the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes – Government of India
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