Monthly Archives: October 2012

Time to return – the case of involuntary, premature return of migrant workers

“Kamani Lal is 30 years old and lives in the Kakarwa village in the Kelwada tehsil of Rajsamand.  He lives in a small one room home with his wife and 3 daughters. He owns 3 acres of cultivable land. It … Continue reading

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Cinema and Labour

Namak haram in 1973 is considered as one of the top films of the era to have explored the theme of labour relations and trade union Directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee the film stars Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha.The … Continue reading

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Indian Cinema and Labour

Labourers, their daily struggle and their socio-political struggles has been an inspiration for film makers the world over since the beginning of cinema. Indian cinema is a great example of cinema as the mirror to the changing society. In the … Continue reading

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Rote learning to skill building!

Opportunity makes the real difference in today’s world.   The education system of our country does not promise equal opportunity to millions of people who are born and brought up in small villages. Rote learning in schools for long years does … Continue reading

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Towards a greater financial inclusion of migrants: The role of targeted financial services in mitigating socio-economic risks

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Creative Practices and Policies for Better Inclusion of Migrant Workers: The Experience of Aajeevika Bureau

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Har Haath ko Kaam: Impact of NREGS on Migrant Households Hindi 2010

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Takrar se karar tak: Share-crop Contract between Migrant Workers & Farmers

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Fiki Chamak: A study of domestic workers in Ahmedabad, Gujarat Hindi 2010

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Kya Kam Aayi Padhai ? Exploring Links between School Education, Career and Employment Among Vulnerable Rural Youth

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