Book title: EMANCIPATIONS OF TRIBES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA
Author(s): Ruchi Ramesh
ISBN: 978-81-8274-713-5
Publication Year: 2013
Binding: HB
Pages: 254
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About the Book:

Tribes Constitutes, the poorest section of our country, socially and educationally the most deprived, economically the most backward and who have been suffering injustice and repression since time immemorial. We have adopted democracy after independence as the mode of governance six and half decade after our independence we find that many communities are far away from the mainstreaming process of development. Indeed the tribals have not tasted real independence or freedom yet. The most of the tribes are inhabited in the lap of natural environment, they are biggest protectors of natural resources like forests, their minor products and non-renewable resources.

 The process of globalization has further pushed them back, to ensure all facets of their human rights we need to provide them rights over their natural habitat. This is one of the most turbulent problem the country is facing today. 



About the Author:

Ruchi Ramesh is teaching in the department of Sociology, R.K.M.V. Shimla . As a researcher she has delved deep into the social issues that beset diverse sections of society including Tribes and Human rights. Sudhir Singh has done his PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has enormously contributed on national and human rights issues. He is presently teaching in the department of Political Science, Dyal Singh College, University of Delhi, New Delhi.



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