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Tribal Rights in India

K. Uma Devi (Editor) Neera Bharihoke (Editor)

The articles contributed by authors to this issue provide a panoramic view of the various provisions in national legislations as well as of the Multilateral Conventions and Treaties, tracing them from their evolutionary stage. The articles also highlight the limitations and atrocities caused to economic, social and cultural rights of tribal people, including tribal children, of India. The stark and gross violation of not only human rights but also their rights to be human is demonstrated by the empirical study of the tribal people in various districts in India. The tribal people have been deprived, displaced and dispossessed of their cultural and traditional rights too under the garb of development of the districts inhabited by them.

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About the author

Neera Bharihoke

Dr. Neera Bharihoke, B.Sc., LL.M., Ph.D., is a lecturer in Faculty of Law, University of Law.  Her research work on Constitutional Law is titled 'Right against Exploitation-Myth or Reality'.  In her work, she has scrutinized and analyzed the various laws like Articles 23 and 24 of Constitution of India.  Prevention of Immoral Traffic Act, Minimum Wages Act etc. enacted for protection of the Fundamental Right guaranteed by the Constitution against traffic in human beings.  She has also discussed International Charters dealing with child labour, bonded labour, untouchability etc.  She has highlighted the lacunae or deficiencies in the various statutes as well as the lack,, laxity and lapses of the implementation agencies which are the two major causes for converting the valuable Fundamental Right against exploitation into an allegory.  Her doctrinal study examines and evaluates the importance of legal reforms in strengthening the process of economic liberalization.  Besides that she has suggested measures which can help in giving a human face to the process of economic liberalization so that the fruits of liberalization also reach the impoverished, illiterate and deprived classes of society.  She has edited the book titled 'Tribal Rights in India'.  She has also authored a book titled 'Law of Insolvency'.  She has a wide range of published works to her credit wherein she has written articles on several issues like abolition of child labour, human rights, arbitration, competition law, commercial laws, arbitration etc.  She is a Research Supervisor and has supervised more than twenty scholars for LL.M. dissertation.  She has attended many National conferences and Seminars.  She practiced in District Court, Consumer forums.  High Court in Delhi before joining the avocation of teaching.  She is well versed with the Court's process and procedures.  She has participated in Lok Adalats too which is an easier, speedier and inexpensive alternate method of dispute resolution.  She has organized many Seminars and workshops in her Department in association with her colleagues.  She believes in teamwork.  In her free time, she imparts free Yoga classes to interested people suffering from common aliments.

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Bibliographic information

Title Tribal Rights in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 09.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183870589
length x+292p.