Gender Sexuality and Society in Northeast India:Contextual studies of tribal communities

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This book is a milestone in a journey that has led the University in the firm direction of gender rights and equality, demonstrated in its curriculum, community work, university policy, and public expression. It deals with themes ranging from the changing social structures and their impact on women; health, education and environment; survival, balance and positivity; LGBTQIA+ individuals and community; declarations, statements and acts with additional material for students and researchers of social issues.

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Edited by Dr. Rynthlin Jenifer War and Dr. Glenn C Kharkongor

This monograph is to provide the readers with a logical, feasible, essential learning experience to organise and promote an entrepreneurship development programme for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in Indian settings. It is meant to stimulate, encourage and initiate relevant effective training programs for PwDs. Using theory and classroom practical methods with suitable examples and field experiences, the monograph will encourage, educate and motivate graduates, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), well-wishers and vocational training institutes to provide specialised and inclusive training for any persons with a disability, with no exceptions, regardless of caste, creed or educational or social status, to be successful entrepreneurs, benefiting themselves, their families and the societies in which they live.

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