, Guwahati campus
M.A. Social Work (TISS)Ph.D. Social Work (TISS)
Joseph Riamei is Assistant Professor at School of Social Work, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Guwahati Campus. He has served as Chairperson, Centre for Community Organisation & Development Practice (2017-2020). In an academic career spanning over one decade of teaching and research on Conflict and Peace, Social Action, Advocacy and Movement, Tribes and Governance, Community Organization and Development Practice, Issues of Identity and Livelihood, Environmental Movements, Project Management, etc., Dr. Riamei has had the opportunity to engage with students, academicians, development professionals, and non-profit organization across different parts of the country and abroad. He has extensive engagement with Tribes, Governance, Conflict and Social Work Education and Practice.
Dr. Riamei has published books on Voluntarism in Tribal Society and Asymmetrical Federalism in North East India. He has published numerous articles on Tribes and Governance, District Councils, Conflicts, Diversity and Inclusive Policies, Politics and Tribe, Federalism, Social Work Education, etc. in peer reviewed journals and edited volumes. He has authored several reports and research project for the Government agencies and Non-profit organizations. He is a board member of various universities, research organizations and NGOs. His research interest includes Social Work Education and Practice, Federalism, Ethnicity and Conflict Studies; State, Democracy and Tribes; Youth and Development and Human Rights and Social Justice.
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