ISSN : 2320-2130

Recognized by UGC – 45429 (Till 1st March 2018)

Indian Journal Of Dalit and Tribal Social Work

Perspectives Towards Emancipatory Practice

The Indian Journal of Dalit and Tribal Social Work engages with Dalit and Tribal Social Work in Indian Social Work Education and Practice with a definitive focus on Dalit and Tribal episteme. Its primary goals are, to bring to the public social work domain research papers and articles by social work educators and practitioners working on Dalit and Adivasi / Indigenous peoples empowerment in South Asia with a special thrust on India. The journal is a joint endeavour by Tribal Social Workers, educators and critical social work scholars towards a critical theoretical engagement with contemporary realities of dalits and tribes within the social work profession. It encourages scholarly writings that engage with fundamental issues pertaining to indigenous peoples and dalits sourced directly from the concrete conditions. The IJDTSW offers the opportunity for constructive theoretical engagement and critical dialogue within the social work discipline and profession in the interest of achieving social justice from within social work. The IJDTSW endeavours to publish empirical, conceptual and theoretical articles that make substantial contributions to the field in all areas of Social Work including

Critical Social Work Education and Practice in India
Dalit Social Work / Anti Caste Social Work
Adivasi / Tribal Social Work
Structural Social Work
Anti Oppressive Social Work Practice
Field Interventions in Critical Social Work
Adivasi and Dalit Movements: Theory and Practice
Interventions in Dalit and Adivasi Empowerment in Indian Village
Law, State and Democratic Rights
Polity, Governance and Public Policy
International Social Work

Queries if any, maybe addressed to IJDTSW Managing Editor
Email: editor@ticijournals.org
We publish two Issues per year

We take no processing fee nor charge for publication. We are a collective of Tribal Intellectuals located in Universities interested in knowledge production and inter-epistemic dialogue across realities. Authors submitting articles to us will be given a peer review report if the article is selected for publication. Together with a peer reviewer from the academic community we also send the article to a community member if the article is written about such a community, that is if we feel there is a need to do so. For the final article ready for publication, the author takes full responsibility for the content, data and arguments in the article. The editor, managing editor and the editorial board are not responsible and will not be held liable for the article of an author.