Bonded Labour System: Prevalence and Tackling
Author : M. Devasitham, F. Carter Premraj | 2016 |
Published By: World Wide Journals
The bonded labour is the most widespread form of slavery today and one of the contemporary issues in India. It exists all over India even after 5 decades implementation of international laws and 3 decades implementation of bonded labour abolition act in India. The term bonded labour referred as any labour or service provided under any forced labour
conditions. Bonded labour denies its victim to enjoy their fundamental rights and incapacitates them from experience the basic human rights. The victims of bonded labour are denied freedom of movement, freedom of occupation, freedom of speech, expression, association and freedom from discrimination. Hence this paper aims to present on bonded labour system, prevalence and how to tackle this issue in India.
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