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Tip | Video lessons on Human Trafficking: to “understand what it really means”

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Putting an end to exploitation: The Halpati women who don’t want financial help from anybody – Gujarat

Of Spice & Spirit: 24-YO Quits Cushy Job to Double Income of Gujarat Tribe! Jovita Aranha, The Better India, 3 July 2018 Turn the pages of history, and it will narrate the plight of the Halpatis of Gujarat, one of … Continue reading

Posted in Adverse inclusion, Economy and development, Education and literacy, Health and nutrition, History, Modernity, Names and communities, Organizations, Particularly vulnerable tribal group (PVTG), Press snippets, Rural poverty, Scheduled Tribe (ST), Success story, Western region –  Western Zonal Council, Women | Tagged | Comments Off on Putting an end to exploitation: The Halpati women who don’t want financial help from anybody – Gujarat

“A mine of information” that questions earlier writings on tribals, colonial history and the effects of globalization: Book review – Jharkhand and Bihar

K. R. A. Narasiah, The Hindu, September 22, 2014 | To read the full review, click here >> A plateau accounting for half of the country’s mineral wealth comprising coal, iron-ore, copper, bauxite, chromite, dolomite, limestone, manganese and mica in erstwhile Chotanagpur … Continue reading

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Adivasi – Wikipedia & Indian resources

Adivasi (Sanskrit: Nepali: Hindi: आदिवासी; ādivāsī) is an umbrella term for a heterogeneous set of ethnic and tribal groups claimed to be the aboriginal population of India.[1][2][3] They comprise a substantial indigenous minority of the population of India. The word is used in the … Continue reading

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