ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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The Case of Tharu Adivasis of Uttar Pradesh

Forest Rights Act, 2006

The customary rights of indigenous forest-dwelling communities over their forests were first constitutionally recognised under the Forest Rights Act, 2006. However, mainly individual rights have been recognised under this act, while community rights—its main strength—have been neglected. The act impacts, among other communities, the Tharu Adivasis living in forest villages of Uttar Pradesh, but how far has it been successful in addressing their needs?



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Updated On : 16th Apr, 2018

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