India > Adivasis in Chhattisgarh use technology to reclaim maps and forest rights

Digital counter-mapping and participatory rural appraisal maps. These maps point to how technologies developed at the behest of the state, empire and capital can be claimed by Adivasi communities to assert local autonomy. Photo courtesy: Harish Netam and Varun Sharma

  • Geetanjoy Sahu

    Excellent piece of work. We need more such community-driven best practices writings which for various reasons are not covered by the mainstream media. Thanks, Varun, for writing this piece.

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