Collaborating Institutions

Indian Institutions
• Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India for Creation of a National Consortium of Tribal Arts and Culture and Corpus of Tribal Music
• Tribal Research and Training Institutes, Ministry of Tribal Affairs, GoI for Research and Documentation
• Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad for students exposure programmes and dialogue on rural development and tribal education
• Dhirubhai Ambani Institute for Information and Communication Technology, Gandhinagar for rural internships and IT based projects
• Vadodara Museum and Picture Art Gallery (State Museum), Government of Gujarat for recognition of the Vaacha Museum

Overseas Institutions and Universities
• Tribal Cultural Heritage in India Foundation, Netherlands for Insider Study of Tribal Ethnomusicology
• Reach to Teach for Survey of Educational Status in villages, and empowering village education.
• Chemnitz University, Germany for research, exchange programmes and publications.
Earlier, the Adivasi Academy has collaborated with the:
• Prince Claus Fund, Netherlands for Documentation and Conservation of Endangered Cultural Practices and Oral Traditions of India
• Central Institute for Indian Languages for ‘Improvement of Language Teaching and Materials Production in Adivasi Languages and Preparation of Pictorial Glossaries in Adivasi and Nomadic Languages
• National Human Rights Commission for ‘Study of Status of Denotified and Nomadic Communities in Delhi, Gujarat and Maharashtra’
• Education Resources Centre for ‘Study of Areas of Conflict and Reconciliation Modes among Adivasi Communities’
• Elle Foundation and Aide et Action, France for Empowerment of Women through Information and Communication Technology
• The Japanese Consulate for creation of the Development Activity Centre