The World Anthropology Congress (WAC) recently reached its conclusion at KISS Deemed to be University, but the spotlight now turns to Professor Dr Amareswar Galla, a leading advocate for tribal empowerment through anthropology. In the valedictory session of the congress, Professor Galla passionately addressed the gathering, emphasizing the transformative potential of anthropology in the lives of indigenous people.
With a distinguished background in inclusive museums and sustainable heritage development, Professor Galla believes that the WAC marks a significant turning point for tribal empowerment. He urged KISS University to consider launching an international program focused on applied museum anthropology, which could produce qualified professionals dedicated to managing tribal museums.
As the world’s attention shifts towards the invaluable contributions of anthropology in tribal communities, Professor Galla’s advocacy takes center stage. His vision aligns with the congress’s overarching theme of empowering indigenous people to lead dignified lives through research, education, and cultural preservation.
The World Anthropology Congress 2023 has set a path for meaningful change, and with Professor Galla at the forefront, it promises a brighter future for indigenous communities worldwide.