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jaar van uitgave: 1994 of later
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Barse, Sheela (1997): Our Children Are Gone. Neergaurav, Bombay (183 pag). (UI-155-030) India; tribalen: onderdrukking; Maharashtra; mensenrechten; honger/-probleem; voedselproblematiek; gezondheid; gebonden arbeid; wetgeving; grondwet; tribalen; kinderen.
[ An attempt to interprete the Indian Constitution and the international law on indigenous peoples and their children's rights. The Korku in Maharashtra are one of the oldest pre-aryan tribes in India. They are a forest-dwelling people and prefer to live in small distinctive communities. Their access to forest produce for traditional nutrition and medicinal plants has been restricted since the declaration of Melghat as a reserved forest. For more than 100 years they suffer continuing extinction of rights. ]

Cheria, Anita; e.a. (1997): A Search for Justice: A citizens report on the adivasi experience in South India. Jose Sebastian, Kurichattu, Kerala (280 pag). (UI-155-055) India; tribalen: onderdrukking; tribalen: verzet; tribalen; Karnataka; Kerala; NGO's, Indiase.
[ The adivasi of South India, after centuries of being invisible and being forcibly kept under subjugation, are slowly emerging from thraldom to claim their place under the sun. This book is the process report of the adivasi search for justice in South India, mainly the Nilgiri Biosphere in the 1990s, setting it off in the international and national perspective, tracing their history from the pre-independence, together with important documents of contemporary relevance to the adivasi. ]

Lourduswamy, Stan (1997): Jharkhandi's Claim for Self-Rule: Its historical foundations and present legitimacy. Indian Social Institute/BIRSA, New Delhi/Chaibasa (67 pag). (UI-156-005) India; Jharkhand; tribalen: onafhankelijkheidsbew.; tribalen.
[ This book aims to highlight the issue of national integration as it relates to the tribal people, the history of the Jharkhandi's claim for Self-Rule, the state's strategies to counter the movement, the constitutional safeguards, and the Jharkhandi's perception and efforts to spell out what they mean by autonomy. ]

NN (1994): Adivasi - Het Andere India: Publiciteits-overzicht. KIT, Amsterdam (108 pag). (UI-169-001) India; tribalen.
[ Verzameling van uitingen in de media waarbij de KIT-tentoonstelling 'Adivasi - Het Andere India' (18 dec 1992 - 29 aug 1993) een rol speelde. ]

NN (1995): Law Concerning Extension of Provisions of the Constitution Act, 1992 to Scheduled Areas. Ministry of Rural Development, New Delhi (25 pag). (UI-169-008) India; tribalen; Scheduled Castes and Tribes; wetgeving.
[ Report of the Committee of Members of Parliament and Experts constituted to make recommendations on law concerning extension of provisions of the Constitution (Seventy-Third Amendment) Act, 1992 to Scheduled Areas. ]

NN (1997): Indigenous Peoples and Sustainability: Cases and Actions. International Books, Utrecht (364 pag). (UI-169-015) Derde Wereld algemeen; tribalen; duurzame ontwikkeling; tribalen: onderdrukking; biodiversiteit; ecologie .
[ Indigenous peoples are responsible for most of the world's cultural and biological diversity. There is even an inextricable link between the two. The primary purpose of this book is to alert the conservation and development communities to the value and importance of involving indigenous peoples in national and other strategies for sustainable development. ]

Samuel, John (ed.) (2002): Struggles For Survival: A resource book on the status and rights of the Adivasi communities in India. Nat. Centre for Advocay Studies, Pune (364 pag). (UI-151-010) India; tribalen; tribalen: onderdrukking; tribalen: verzet; Kerala; Karnataka; Uttar Pradesh; Rajasthan; Andhra Pradesh; Maharashtra; Tamil Nadu; Bihar; Madhya Pradesh; Orissa .
[ The Adivasi constitute near about one tenth of the total population in India. But they are interspersed in the entire country in small groups. That is precisely the reason why they can't influence the policy decisions in the majoritarian democratic polity of India. After independence, the so-called structure of modern India has been erected with the plundering and uprooting of the Adivasi without any organized protest from them. Over the years, the Adivasi have become more and more vulnerable. ]

Vlist, Leo van der (ed.) (1994): Voices of the Earth: Indigenous peoples, new partners & the right to self-determination in practice. Neth. Centre for Indigenous P., Amsterdam (336 pag). (UI-169-012) tribalen; tribalen: onafhankelijkheidsbew.; tribalen: verzet.
[ The indigenous peoples' demand for self-determination is still regarded by many governments as controversial, and a threat to the present world order. The mechanisms of that world order, however, have brought degradation to the lives and environments of indigenous peoples for more than 500 years. This book represents contributions of representatives of indigenous peoples from Latin America, Australia, Europe and Africa. The participants describe the political and economic importance of their right to self-determination. ]



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