Revisiting Tribal Agency
Diversifying & Decolonising Economics
25 September 2021 at 1:30:00 pm
This session aims at understanding challenges in the existence of organizing principles and structures which allow or hinder tribal representation in economic policymaking, and what the process of decolonizing the tribal regions entails on economic, political, and social levels. We intend to address the historical analysis of economic systems and their relation to indigenous communities and explore the responsibilities of the economic institutions in bridging these gaps and thereby creating diversity and inclusion in resource management. Lastly, the session will also explore the responsibilities of economic institutions in bridging these gaps and thereby creating diversity and inclusion in resource management.
G Amarjit Sharma - Assistant Professor, Special Centre for the Study of North East India, JNU
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