25 de julio de 2013

Congreso sobre Globalización y tribalismo en India

INTRODUCTION: Globalization in a literal sense is international integration. It can be described as a process by which the people of the world are unified into a single society. This process is a combination of economic, technological, socio cultural and political forces. One can be sure that virtually every one of the 2822 academic papers on globalization written in 1998 included its own definition, as would each of the 589 new books on the subject published in that year .Many see it as a primarily economic phenomenon, involving the increasing interaction, or integration, of national economic systems through the growth in international trade, investment and capital flows. However, one can also point to a rapid increase in cross-border social, cultural and technological exchange as part of the phenomenon of globalization.
Globalization is a process which refers to the increasing integration of the domestic economy into the world economy. This process is facilitated by the reduction in import duties and export restriction, promotion of foreign investment and approval for free flow of foreign technology and skills. The influence of globalization is deeper than near increase in trade and investment flows between countries. It leads to changes in tests and preferences individuals even their thought patterns and aspiration. Thus, consumption patterns get globalized. Wages and incomes across jobs begin to reflect global patterns; institutional strictures begin to take shapes recognizable elsewhere in the world, technologies become common and legal and governance systems became comparable across countries. There are common concerns for the world population, global environment and a common emphasis on human values.
   But as matter stands today globalization is creating new threats to human security in both rich and poor country alike.. Poor people and poor countries risk being push to the margin in this proprietary regime controlling the world’s knowledge. The underdeveloped poorest regions and the oppressed classes and nationalities tend to suffer most and experience absolute economic decline and deterioration in their economic levels and further unequal exchange of their produces. The laid off unskilled workers are forced into the service sector where wages and benefits are low, but turnover is high. This has contributed to the widening economic gap between skilled and unskilled workers.The tribal people of India are a case in point to illustrate the consequences of globalization.
 In order to discuss the consequences of globalization on the tribal a two day international seminar will be held on the theme “ Globalization and the Tribal : Issues and challenges “ by the Institute of social Research and Applied Anthropology, Bidisha, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal,India.

Objectives:
1.      To discuss the consequences of globalization on the tribal.
2.      To discuss the extraction of natural resources and sustainability of the tribal people.
3.      To analyze the existing land-ceiling laws of the  Government which shifts the land ownership from small peasantry to private companies.
4.      To deliberate upon the provisions of the Government with regards to provision of compensation to the displaced person and policies for relocation and rehabilitation of project affected people (PAPs).
5.      To discuss the forest policies of the Government.
6.      To probe the impact of neoliberal economy and globalization of the tribal world.

Themes of the Seminar :
1.      Industrialization in tribal areas, land alienation and displacements.
2.      Government’s policies for providing relocation and rehabilitation of project affected people, PAPs – tribal.
3.      Forest policies of the Government vis-à-vis Tribal rights over forest resources.
4.      Influence of western cultures on tribal institutions values and culture , craftsman and interpersonal and inter- community relation  and cultural heritage .
           
Level Of ParticipantS :

i.              Teachers of different Universities and Colleges involved in Social Science research;
ii.      Government Officials of different Tribal and Cultural Research Institutes;
iii.     Research Scholars attached to various branches of Social Sciences; and
iv.     Government /NGOs/VOs functionaries. 

 Location Of BIDISA :
Bidisa, etymologically ‘what diffuses light’, i.e., ‘causing culture’, originating from a village named Baghabera (which literally means the ‘path of tigers’ and suggested a state of forest dwelling) is situated in Narayangarh C.D. Block, in the district of Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal just between the metalled Orissa Trunk Road and S. E. Railway and is only 18 Km. south of Kharagpur Railway station. Passenger buses ply between Kharagpur and Digha, etc. via BIDISA (Kataikhal Bus Stop) frequently. 
  
REGISTRATION:
All the participants of the Internationall Seminar should be the registered delegates. Since limited accommodation is available, allotment is not guaranteed to the delegates who come without any intimation. Along with abstract the registration fees kindly may be send. In-case participants failed to submit their full paper within the stipulated date they must submit at the time of registration.
  
Registration Fees:
Students / Research Scholars           :              Rs. 500.00
Life Member of ISRAA                    :              Rs. 700.00
Others                                                   :              Rs. 800.00

Last Date Of Submission Of Paper :

Abstract:   25TH FEBRUARY, 2014
Full Paper :  31ST MARCH,2014

The abstracts will be accepted subject to clearance of Referees whose decision will be final and shall be communicated accordingly.

TRAVEL:
No T.A. will be provided to the participants. However, local transportation, i.e., from Kharagpur Railway Station to BIDISA will be provided after knowing the detail travel plan. Volunteers of the Seminar will receive the delegates at the Railway Station.

Boarding And LODGING:
Participants will be accommodated in BIDISA Guest House on twin sharing basis at free of cost.
CORRESPONDENCE:
All correspondence regarding the Seminar has to be addressed to:
The Seminar Convenors,
ISRAA, Bidisa,
P.O. Fulgeria,
Dist. Paschim Medinipur,
Pin – 721 437, West Bengal,India.
E-mail : pradipb@hijli.iitkgp.ernet.in Mob: +919434805477

Name & Contact details Of Seminar CONVENORS:

Dr. Vijay Prakash Sharma, *Cell: 91 8886881218
Prof. Pradip Kumar Bhowmick, *Cell: +919434805477



It’s our immense pleasure to invite you once again to 3rd International Seminar on “Globalization and the Tribal : Issues and challenges “ scheduled to be held during December 07th and 08th December, 2014. I have firm faith in your arrival to share your thoughts during TWO days event. Your active participation is the key to success of this international event. You are earnestly requested to submit the following information and abstract to Organizers by 25th February, 2014- For international participants--
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