Unorganized Labor

COVID-19 Second Wave Diaries: How some government authorities responded innovatively to challenges | COVID-19

 
/ October 14, 2021

Local authorities in remote areas stepped up to encourage education and earning avenues during COVID times.

Chhattisgarh Administration Allows Plucking of Tendu Leaves to Help Villagers Survive The Lockdown

 
/ June 28, 2021

Every villager enagaged in Tendu leaves plucking could earn at least Rs. 400-500 per day.

Community Survey

Poor Labourers From West Bengal Are Falling Prey to Silicosis

 
/ October 12, 2020

Poor, young men from West Bengal are suffering from occupational diseases without any compensation or treatment

Community Survey

Fixing India: How Community Media Like Video Volunteers Changed During COVID-19

 
/ October 6, 2020

Fixing India is back with a season 2 documenting some of the most noteworthy impacts Video Volunteers has achieved in the recent past.

Community Survey

After Seven Decades of Independence West Bengal Tea Garden Workers Yet to be Free From...

 
/ August 27, 2020

  While India celebrated its 74th Independence Day, workers at Madhu Tea Garden and several other tea estates in Alipurduar, Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri districts marked the day with launching their campaign for basic rights. Community Correspondent Harihar brings us this news report from the thick of the action. He grew...

Community Survey

Low Wages, Lockdown Lead West Bengal Tea Garden Workers to Protest

 
/ July 22, 2020

Tea garden workers, who migrated to cities in search of better opportunities, have returned to their villages in tea gardens of North Bengal and have very little work.

Building a More Equitable World for those who Build the Country

 
/ November 13, 2018

Delhi-based NGO Nirmana works to “build an inclusive India” by campaigning for the rights of the country’s 10 crore construction workers.