Two-Day Seminar by University of Hyderabad, Gachibowli

ORGANISERS: Department of Political Science, School of Social Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Gachibowli, Hyderabad. Sponsored by ICSSR.

THEME: Democracy, Development and Tribal Resistance: Contemporary Issues


  • Politics of Development: Intervention of State, Civil Society, Missionaries etc in the context of Tribal Development.
  • Livelihood issues: Land Alienation, Displacement, Rehabilitation and
  • Social movement, Ethnic Conflict and Resistance
  • Social and Cultural Issues: Atrocities on Tribe, Tribal women, Gender
    Inequality, and Development
  • Tribal education :Achievements and Challenges
  • Approaches to Tribal Development
  • Issues on Governance: Politics of Inclusion and exclusion, Participation,
    Leadership and issues of Local Governance, Forest Governance in the Context of 5th and 6th scheduled areas
  • Tribal voice in contemporary Democracy

CALL FOR PAPERS: Papers are invited from the foregoing field’s academicians, social activists, research scholars and policy makers on the above mentioned themes.

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION: Soft copies of the abstract not exceeding 300 words on the seminar theme/sub-theme should be emailed to on or before 30th May, 2013.


  1. Last date for Abstract: 30th May, 2013
  2. Acceptance of Abstract: 10th June, 2013
  3. Last Date for Full Paper: 25th July, 2013
  4. Date of the Seminar: 12th – 13th August, 2013

For further details on accommodation and concept note of the seminar, please visit the following link:



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