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International Migrants' Day at Aajeevika Bureau, Netaji Nagar office
Dec 19 2017

Blog post by Nisha Bharti Aajeevika Bureau International Migrants Day was celebrated at Aajeevika Bureaus Netaji Nagar office on Sunday the 17th of December, when some workers have a day off. This first of its kind event was attended by more than 30 workers.

Gearing up for migrant inclusive development: The road ahead for India
Dec 18 2017

Blog post from Benoy Peter, Executive Director, CMID Migration has been a major means of social emancipation the world over. It has also been a survival strategy for millions.

Zero accidents and diseases at workplace: Workshop by IED at Odisha
Sep 28 2017

Post by Bimal Sahu, former Insurance Commissioner, ESIC, Ministry of Labour. A half day workshop on "Empowering Workers & Entrepreneurs on Safety, Security & Skill Development By Educating Women and Children that Zero Accident & Disease At Workplace Is Possible" organized by Institute Of Entrepreneurship Development(IED), Bhubaneswar on 30th July, 2017.

Events

15

Dec

2017

Orientation Programme on Migration at TISS Patna

Seminar Date: 15 Dec 2017 - 27 Feb 2018

24

Jan

2018

Seminar at IDSK by Avishek Ray

Seminar Date: 24 Jan 2018 - 24 Jan 2018

20

Apr

2018

Call for Papers: Cultural Practices of Labour in Migration at TISS Patna

Conference Date: 20 Apr 2018 - 21 Apr 2018

Expert Speak

R.B.Bhagat on Policies should Recognise Migrants

R.B. Bhagat is Professor at International Institute of Population Sciences (IIPS). In the interview he says that there is a need to include short term migrants in NSS data set and question on out-migration can be included in Census. Government should recognise migrants as a category in its policies.

Top five states where women migrate to after marriage

Marriage has been a very important reason for migration of women in India. Here the top five states to which migration of women takes place due to marriage is given.

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