Monthly Archives: November 2018

(In)Visible Work, Invisible Violence

The many facets of violence faced by adivasi women workers who migrate to the city and work as daily wage construction labourers By Drishti Agarwal, Family Empowerment Programme Every day an average of 25000 people are moving across state borders … Continue reading

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The Diwali Bonus: Out of the Reach of Millions

By Raghav Mehrotra, Centre for Migration and Labour Solutions For decades, the “Diwali bonus” has been an integral part of employees’ festive seasons. Every year, employers hand out cash or sweets or clothes to spread the Diwali spirit. Commonly, the … Continue reading

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The Unending War Towards Asserting Citizenship Rights. Adivasi women in Southern Rajasthan stand up against their oppressors

By Drishti Aggarwal, Family Empowerment Programme What do you do when the democratic methods of accessing your rights by following the right procedures do not work? When your every complaint is met with a careless remark by the authorities? The … Continue reading

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