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Bonded Labour in India

Published By : Human Rights and Human Welfare | Publish Date : 01 Jan, 2008

Researchers of bonded labor in India seek to understand its long-standing practices through an examination of contemporary forms of labor coercion, their origins and relationships to poverty and inequality, and implications for policy making. Child labor, agricultural debt bondage, and bonded migrant labor are persistent forms of modern slavery that fall under the Indian constitutional definition of forced labor. While child labor and bonded labor in India are typically addressed separately in the literature, many researchers focus on the causes and consequences of pervasive child labor in the world’s largest democracy.

Link : https://www.du.edu/korbel/hrhw/researchdigest/slavery/india.pdf

Document : 20140915044826.pdf

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