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WEBINAR ON USE OF LAW FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF REFUGEES AND MIGRANT LABOUR

Human rights violations are done in numerous ways, and two sets of human beings being abjectly violated are the refugees and laborers.
The entire world community is witnessing a large population of vulnerable group being subjected to torture and atrocities and violation of human rights. The refugees and internally displaced have been and are at the mercy of the other states and international protection. The interdependence of the international community can be exemplified by the refugee situation. It reflects how the actions and issues faced by one state can have repercussions on other states. The refugee problem also showcases the issue of human rights. Violations of the rights of minorities and racial groups are manifestly at the source of both mass exoduses and internal displacements.
The labour class is often looked down upon as menial and they are met with inhumane work conditions and unfair compensations. The issues of minimum wage, overtime pay, compensation on death, provision of food (ration) etc. being certain basic rights for dignified work and life, are still not available to a vast population of the labourer community.
In the webinar, senior legal practitioners, professor and trade union member have enlightened the participants with their knowledge and experience and covered different and important facets of law pertaining to refugee and labour rights in India.

Attachments

    https://www.hrln.org/uploads/2021/06-June/22-Tue/SHR%203%20Report%20June%2019.pdf