particularly vulnerable tribal group
Out of the Woods: How the FRA Is Helping a Village in Maharashtra During the COVID Crisis

How did the Panchayat achieve such financial and political independence and empowerment?

Understanding Tribal Agriculture

Tribal agriculture systems are in harmony with nature as well as the food and nutrition needs of people. They are risk minimising systems

नियमगिरी के आदिवासियों की खेती (in Hindi)

खाद्य सुरक्षा, जैव विविधता, मौसम बदलाव और पर्यावरणीय दृष्टि से भी इसका महत्व आज बढ़ गया है। On Jhum agriculture around Niyamgiri

നിയംഗിരി ആദിവാസി സമരം ലോകത്തിന് നല്കുന്ന സന്ദേശം (in Malayalam)

നിയംഗിരി ആദിവാസി സമരം ലോകത്തിന് നല്കുന്ന സന്ദേശം

The Niyamgiri Story: From resistance to hope for a better future

The Dongria can help us to introspect on the current notions of progress, growth and development ...

Adivasi Academy, Gujarat: Rescuing cultures of India, one word at a time

India boasts of a huge variety of languages and dialects. Many of these languages do not have scripts of their own. In fact many of them are on the brink of fading away into oblivion owing to the trend of people migrating to modern cities and hence newer cultures. However, a small academy in Gujarat is standing tall to save these languages from dying. Anand Giridharadas writes in this article on how the Adivasi Academy, based in Tejgadh, Gujarat, is working towards chronicling elements of rural culture.

Tribals prefer traditional way of governance over Panchayati Raj

Adivasis, especially from the Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups, have expressed their desire to continue their traditional forms of governance rather than adopt the uniform panchayat raj institutions