“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

Humanitarian Aid for Refugees & Migrants in Delhi

The ground reality in India The outbreak of COVID19 has caused acute adversity and distress world over. However, the afflictions and misery of the underprivileged sections of the society in general and refugees, in particular, remain unprecedented. Per the report of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (hereinafter UNHCR), India hosts more than 3,00,000 refugees … Continue reading Humanitarian Aid for Refugees & Migrants in Delhi

Diffusing the Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Delhi at Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh Camp

An elucidative report proffering the account of the field visit to the Rohingya Refugee Camp at Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh, New Delhi. The visit was conducted in pursuance of an empirical research undertaken by our team to comprehend the contextual challenges that the refugees in the Shaheen Bagh camp are facing and test the feasibility … Continue reading Diffusing the Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Delhi at Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh Camp

Human Rights Weekly Round- up| April| Last Week| 2019

After representing disabled people in the Syrian war fields, Nujeen Mustapha becomes the first woman with disability to brief the United Nations Security Council. Click to Read – Human Rights Watch In a recent massive crackdown on Uighur Muslims, China detains around a million people in re-education camps. Click to Read – BBC News Trump … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round- up| April| Last Week| 2019

Dard-ae-Kashaf: Story of a Rohingya Child

The place she called Home Kashaf did not have the means to watch FRIENDS, and the few friends she had in the make-shift school in the Rakhine Province of Myanmar were also dwindling. Little did she know that her ancestors were disowned by the Myanmar Government way back in 1982.[1] Her Ammi (mother) told her … Continue reading Dard-ae-Kashaf: Story of a Rohingya Child

Argentina’s tryst with Human Rights: “Illegal” Abortion

  A few weeks back in Argentina a very important Bill was presented before the Argentinian senate proposing to decriminalise abortion up to 14 weeks of pregnancy and thereby guarantee access to safe abortion services. It was a result of National Campaign for the Right to Legal, Safe and Free Abortion which started in 2005. … Continue reading Argentina’s tryst with Human Rights: “Illegal” Abortion