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17 July 2018
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Autor/in: Shreya Sen, OpenGlobalRights

"Bringing justice close: an experiment in accessing justice with technology", 17 July 2018...

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19 September 2017
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Autor/in: Geeta Sekhon, Asia Foundation

...The ILO estimates that in India, 5.8 million children from 5 to 17 years old work under poor conditions, representing the highest rate of child labor in South Asia... [I]ncreasingly...garment sector are attracting more child workers...The Child...

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15 March 2017
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The report Do leather workers matter? Violating labour rights and environmental norms in India’s leather production explores labour conditions in the leather industry that are steeped into deep-rooted social inequalities in Indian society based on...

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17 February 2017
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Autor/in: Chloe Perceval & Alfea Jamal

...[A]round 7,000 former bonded labourers, agricultural workers, members of self-help groups, along with Rural Development and Panchayat Raj minister for Karnataka, H.K. Patil were in attendance at a protest to eradicate bonded labour and rehabilitate...

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6 February 2017
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Autor/in: Vaibhav Raaj, Shashi Kant Prasad & Anton Pieper, Society for Labour and Development & SüdwindInstitut

...[L]abour law violations are still a common phenomenon in the Indian leather and foot- wear industry. The people who work at the factories that supply European brands told us, among other infringements, about salaries that are far below a living wage...

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23 October 2016
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Autor/in: Anuradha Nagaraj, Livemint

India banned the practice of bonded labour in 1976, but the country is still home to 11.7 million bonded labourers, according to the ILO...Working in vegetable patches and on millet fields in Karnataka, farm labourers caught in debt bondage suffer...

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26 July 2016
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Autor/in: Nita Bhalla, Guardian

he United Nations says changes to India's child labour law which permit children to work for their families and reduce the number of banned occupations for adolescents will disadvantage vulnerable groups such as tribals and lower-caste communities.....

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13 July 2016
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Autor/in: Sonya Misquitta, Afaqs

The issues facing Europe at this point in its history mirror the issues that India has and continues to face. Intolerance is rising...Here are five lessons on what marketers can do better...Amid rising polarisation in society, brands need to promote...

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31 May 2016
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India is home to the largest number of enslaved people in the world, with over 18 million people according to the recently realsed Global Slavery Indexby Walk Free Foundation. Such persons are often engaged in domestic work, construction, farming,...

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25 April 2016
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Autor/in: Rina Chandran, thompson Reuters

Hundreds of women brick-kiln workers from Punjab have come together in a rare gathering to demand equal pay and better accommodation, as the country's often invisible women labourers become increasingly vocal in their fight for rights...More than a...

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