With reference to India.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -186) and index.
|Other titles||Tribal development|
|LC Classifications||HT720 .H66 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||2004312357|
The book also offers practical advice for combining multiple funding sources and support services into a comprehensive development approach. For tribal leaders and businesses interested in pursuing opportunities in native communities, Strategies and Methods for Tribal Economic Development is an invaluable resource for planning and implementing 5/5(1). POLICIES AND PROGRAMMES FOR TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA According to 1 census % ofpersons belong to Scheduled Tribe (ST) in different States and Union Territories excluding Assam, Jammu and Kashmir. This constitute % of the total population. The percentage of Scheduled Tribe population has marginally increased from Size: KB. Development in the colonial period - The British tried to bring tribals to the mainstream culture through certain policies - Engaged revenue collectors, forest officials, and local people to collect data pertaining to these people - The Forest Act , meant to protect forests, went against the tribal as well as non-tribal communities. Get this from a library! Policies, programmes, and strategies for tribal development: a critical appraisal. [Nishakar Panda] -- With reference to India.
Publicly supported libraries exist within the context of a body of law derived from the U.S. Constitution, defined by federal, state, local, and tribal law, and implemented by regulations, policies, and procedures established by their governing bodies and administrations. These regulations, policies, and procedures establish the mission of the library; define its functions, services, and. 7. Economic Development Past Efforts and Policies A Tribal Economic Development Snapshot The Underpinnings of Contemporary Tribal Economic Development Ho-Chunk, Inc., Winnebego Tribe of Nebraska Strategies for Economic Development Ongoing Challenges in Economic Development Land and Jurisdiction The Future of Economic Development in Native America4/4(2). Tribal Law and Policy Institute Publications. The Tribal Law and Policy Institute has developed a series of comprehensive publications. The Institute focuses upon collaborative programs that provide critical resources for tribal court systems, victims assistance programs, and others involved in promoting the improvement of justice in Indian country. Media filters and personal preconceptions can make it hard to get a clear view of present-day Indian America. The reality is that the + Native nations in the United States confront many of the same day-to-day challenges that are faced by other nations and communities--raising children withstrong identities, practicing religion, providing economic sustenance, strengthening culture, managing 5/5(1).
We ensure effective communication and government-to-government consultation, creating a channel for tribal governments to provide input at all levels into the development of regulations, rules, policies, programs, projects, plans, property decisions, and activities that may impact tribal communities. The State of the Native Nations: Conditions under U.S. Policies of Self-Determination chronicles the efforts, obstacles, and accomplishments that are shaping Indian Country under contemporary federal policies and responsive tribal strategies of self-determination/5(14). The State of the Native Nations: Conditions under U.S. Policies of Self-Determination chronicles the efforts, obstacles, and accomplishments that are shaping Indian Country under contemporary federal policies and responsive tribal strategies of self-determination. Tribal Development in India After the attainment of independence lndia has developed a unique tribal development strategy imbued with Nehru's humanism, which held the ground for our tribal development programmes especially In the init~al period. It still provides the sheet anchor of India's tribal policy though.