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Response on affordable housing in the Union #Budget2018
Feb 05 2018

Blog by Nivedita Jayaram and Sangeeth S, Centre for Migration and Labour Solutions, Aajeevika Bureau. The Union Budget announced a fund for Affordable Housing, and committed to provide assistance for building 3.

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.





Orientation Programme on Migration at TISS Patna

Seminar Date: 15 Dec 2017 - 27 Feb 2018




Lecture on Indian Migration in Global History by CPR and Infosys

other Date: 26 Feb 2018 - 26 Feb 2018




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

Conference Date: 20 Apr 2018 - 21 Apr 2018

Expert Speak

Tushar K. Nandi and Saibal Kar on Intergenerational Occupation of Migrants can be Broken for Better Jobs

Tushar K. Nandi and Saibal Kar are Assistant Professors at Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta. In this interview they say that short-term migration can increase intergenerational occupational mobility. There has to be policies from the government to enhance the skills of internal migrants. The different types of skills the short term migrants acquire from different jobs can be utilised to break intergenerational occupational trap.

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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