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“Sustainable development is a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." - The Brundtland Commission (UN Commission on Environment and Development) 'Viksit Bharat 2047' is the current government's roadmap to making India a completely developed nation by 2047; the core objective of the Viksit Bharat vision is to foster inclusive economic participation among all citizens. The vision encompasses various aspects of development, including economic growth, social progress, environmental sustainability, and good governance. Many researchers have identified the lack of an Indigenous development model to be a hindrance to the development of a nation. In keeping with the nationalistic vision of Viksit Bharat by 2047 Trinity Institute of Professional Studies is conducting an International Conference on “Nurturing Growth through Indigenous Development: A Key to Global Competence” to bring together scholars and practitioners from fields such as anthropology, sociology, economics, environmental studies, political science, public health, and indigenous studies to facilitate interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration aimed at mainstreaming indigenous perspectives into mainstream development discourse and practice.
 
The International conference seeks to explore the intersections between indigenous development and broader frameworks of sustainable development, human rights, and social justice. By foregrounding issues of land rights, cultural revitalization, linguistic diversity, and self-determination, the conference aims to highlight the importance of respecting indigenous rights and knowledge systems as foundational to achieving truly sustainable and equitable development outcomes. Furthermore, the conference will provide a platform for showcasing innovative initiatives and best practices in indigenous-led development from around the world. Whether it is community- based conservation projects, sustainable agriculture practices, or indigenous-led enterprises, there is a wealth of examples demonstrating the potential of indigenous knowledge and agency to catalyze positive change at local, regional, and global scales. By the conference aims to inspire cross-cultural learning, collaboration, and replication of e?ective approaches for nurturing indigenous-led development pathways.
 
The Multi-Disciplinary conference on "Nurturing Growth through Indigenous Development: A Key to Global Competence" represents a timely and much-needed initiative to harness the transformative potential of indigenous knowledge, practices, and perspectives for advancing sustainable development and enhancing global competence. By bringing together stakeholders from academia, policymaking, civil society, and indigenous communities, the conference aims to foster interdisciplinary collaboration, knowledge exchange, and collective action toward building a more just, equitable, and culturally diverse world for present and future generations. This conference will be a platform for knowledge sharing, collaboration, and action. We invite indigenous leaders, environmental experts, policymakers, and the general public to engage in critical dialogue about nurturing indigenous environments as a cornerstone for achieving global competence. The conference welcomes papers of either practical or theoretical nature, presenting research or applications addressing all aspects of indigenous developments thus creating new research opportunities. Papers focusing on any aspect of the theory and practice of indigenous development-led growth are solicited.
Join us for a ground-breaking conference exploring the critical role of indigenous knowledge and practices in achieving global competence.
 
This conference will be a platform for knowledge sharing, collaboration, and action. We invite indigenous leaders, environmental experts, policymakers, and the general public to engage in critical dialogue about nurturing indigenous environments as a cornerstone for global development.
 
Objectives of the Conference:
 
1. Promote Indigenous Development: To highlight the importance of indigenous knowledge, practices, and resources in fostering sustainable development both locally and globally.
2. Enhance Global Competence: To explore how integrating indigenous perspectives can enhance global competence among individuals, organizations, and communities.
3. Facilitate Knowledge Exchange: To provide a platform for scholars, practitioners, students, and stakeholders to exchange ideas, research findings, and best practices in indigenous development and its          implications for global competence.
4. Empower Indigenous Communities: To empower indigenous communities by recognizing their contributions, preserving their cultural heritage, and creating opportunities for economic and social development.
5. Catalyze Collaborative Partnerships: To foster partnerships and collaborations between different stakeholders, including governments, NGOs, businesses, and indigenous communities, to collectively work towards nurturing growth through indigenous development.
 
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?
 
Learn from Indigenous Leaders: Gain invaluable insights from indigenous knowledge holders on sustainable resource management, sustainable technology, and many more interesting topics.
  • Engage with Experts: Network with renowned academicians and practitioners to explore solutions and bridge the gap between indigenous knowledge and contemporary approaches.
  • Discover Innovative Solutions: Participate in interactive workshops and panel discussions on Cultural Diversity and Inclusive Workplaces, Media Ethics and Indigenous empowerment, and Smart Technologies for Sustainable Resource Management like agriculture, traffic, Sustainable Supply Chain, community-based conservation efforts, and many more.
  • Takeaways or Outcome: Equip yourself with the practical know-how and actionable strategies to bridge the gap and integrate indigenous knowledge into global development projects.
 
Together, we can build a more sustainable future by recognizing the immense value of indigenous environmental knowledge and practices. Join us for this pivotal conference and be part of the solution!
 
Call for Papers
 
Researchers, Academicians, Industrialists, and PG Students are invited to submit their original papers. Topics covered by the conference include but are not restricted to, the following:
 
MANAGEMENT & COMMERCE TRACK
  • Integrating Indigenous Knowledge in Organizational Leadership
  • Indigenous Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Sustainable Resource Management and Environmental Stewardship
  • Cultural Diversity and Inclusive Workplaces
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and Indigenous Partnerships
  • Education and Capacity Building in Indigenous Contexts
  • Future Directions: Advancing Indigenous Development in a Global Context
  • Indigenous Business Models & Sustainable Supply Chain
  • Financial Inclusion and Indigenous Communities
  • E-commerce for Indigenous Artisans
  • Inclusive Finance and Banking
  • Innovation and Tradition in Commerce
 
MEDIA TRACK
  • Tools and Techniques of Indigenous Story-Telling
  • Media Ethics and Indigenous Representation
  • Indigenous News Reporting
  • Indigenous Media and Entrepreneurship
  • Digital Media and Indigenous Journalism
  • Indigenous Media and Development Journalism
  • Community Media and Indigenous Empowerment
  • Digital Media Technologies for Indigenous Outreach
  • Media Literacy and Indigenous Perspective
  • Indigenous Filmmaking and Cultural Revitalization
  • Collaborative Media Partnership with Indigenous Communities
 
IT TRACK
  • Blockchain and Indigenous Resource Management
  • ICTs for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Indigenous Communities
  • Digital Storytelling and Cultural Preservation
  • Cyber Security and Data Sovereignty
  • Smart Technologies for Sustainable Resource Management
  • Digital Preservation of Indigenous Knowledge
  • Geospatial Technologies for Environmental Conservation
  • Community-Based Environmental Monitoring Systems
  • Mobile and Web Applications for Environmental Education
  • Indigenous-Led Innovation and Technology Adoption
LAW TRACK
  • Intellectual Property Law in the Global Economy: Innovation, Creativity, and Access
  • Emerging Trends in International Human Rights Law: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Understanding Legal Aspects of Generic Privacy and Biometric Data Protection or Securing Privacy in the Digital Landscape: Exploring Data Protection Laws and their Implications
  • Addressing Legal and Social Issues Affecting Indigenous Peoples: Towards Inclusive Solutions
  • Ethical and Legal Implications of Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Justice Systems
  • Promoting Digital Literacy for Legal Empowerment: Ensuring Access to Justice in the Digital Age
  • Digital Literacy as a Fundamental Right: Enhancing Legal Awareness and Empowerment
  • Digital Rights and Liberties in the Era of AI: Safeguarding Privacy, Freedom of Expression, and Data Protection
ABSTRACT / PAPER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
  • All submissions must be made in Word format
  • Abstracts should not exceed 400 words. The manuscript (in about 4000 words) should be sent only by the link given below.
  • After sending a soft copy of your paper, you will receive acknowledgment via email.
  • Referencing should be as per the latest APA style.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CONFERENCE
  • Inspiring Keynote Speakers: Renowned indigenous leaders and environmental visionaries will share their perspectives on protecting and nurturing indigenous environments.
  • Panel Discussions: Engage in focused discussions on critical areas like:
    • Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development
    • Biodiversity Conservation through Traditional Practices
    • Building Resilience: Lessons from Indigenous Communities
    • The Role of Policy in Empowering Indigenous Environmental Stewardship
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  • Knowledge sharing Platform across the globe: Gain practical skills in areas like:
    • Media, IT, Management, Commerce, and Law
  • Plenary Session & Special Talk
  • Best Research Paper for each track
  • Conference Lunch with Networking Opportunities: Connect with a diverse range of stakeholders, fostering collaboration and action beyond the conference.
  • Conference Kit & Certificate
THE CONFERENCE PROCEEDING BOOK WILL BE INDEXED BY SCOPUS
 
IMPORTANT DATES
 
Extended date for abstract submission 02/05/2024
Abstract Acceptance 05/05/2024
Extended Last Date for Full Paper Submission 15/05/2024
Paper Acceptance Notification 18/05/2024
Registration Date: 20/05/2024
 
REGISTRATION FEE
 
Research Scholars / Students/ Academicians / R & D Institutions
Rs. 8000/-
Delegates from Industries     
Rs. 10000/-
All Foreign Delegates
USD 140
 
PARTICIPATION FEE
 
Students/Research Scholars
Rs. 500/-
Academicians / R & D Institutions 
Rs. 1000/-
Delegates from Industries Rs. 1500/-
 
The participation fee shall remain the same for both online and oline participants.
  • The payment should be made in UPI/ Demand Draft drawn in favor of “Trinity Institute of Professional Studies” payable at Delhi. The Registration Fee includes a Conference Kit, Lunch, and Tea during the conference.
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