“Reforms” for whom? – The myopic labour law reforms in Uttar Pradesh

As the COVID-19 pandemic flares fast and far, affecting millions of jobs and businesses, already leaving the informal and migrant workers in dire straits (unpaid, away from homes and many dead), India’s formally employed labour force stands next in the queue. This article shall delve into the state of labourers in India, the nature of … Continue reading “Reforms” for whom? – The myopic labour law reforms in Uttar Pradesh

Comments on the Draft Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Rules, 2020

While we are comfortable talking about women rights and dalit rights but our community is still not very open to talk about Transgender rights. The transgender community India is one of the most marginalised be it socially, economically or politically. The Transgender (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 is though a good first step, the quest … Continue reading Comments on the Draft Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Rules, 2020

COVID-19 and Hungary’s indefinite state of emergency: lockdown of democracy or a step towards dictatorship?

Hungary declares indefinite state of emergency Europe is at the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic with 65% of the world’s death attributable to the virus coming form this continent. Many European countries have declared a state of emergency, but there seems to be only one country that has attracted public condemnation and apprehension from the European … Continue reading COVID-19 and Hungary’s indefinite state of emergency: lockdown of democracy or a step towards dictatorship?

Update On Humanitarian Aid Provided To Rohingya Refugees & Indian Migrants In Delhi

We are elated to share that we have crossed the One Lakh Rupees mark, which is a good step towards our goal of 3 Lakh to help the Refugees in Delhi. We have successfully completed three rounds of distribution of the food ration kits and other essential supplies like sanitary napkins and milk powder (for … Continue reading Update On Humanitarian Aid Provided To Rohingya Refugees & Indian Migrants In Delhi

CORONAVIRUS & THE MIGRANTS: A RUN FOR LIFE!

The recent human flood of migrant workers flocking towards their villages was a worrisome situation for the central and the state governments. With no jobs, homes, savings, social security or ability to earn daily wages in cities, the village offered the only chance of survival. The situation not only exposed the ambiguous planning and shoddy … Continue reading CORONAVIRUS & THE MIGRANTS: A RUN FOR LIFE!