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Activists call for reforms in labour laws and state policies to include ‘care work’ as a key component of national development

EMERGENCY APPEAL

Update: Thursday 20th Sep 2018
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Activists call for reforms in labour laws and state policies to include ‘care work’ as a key component of national development

Over 40 researchers, scholars, media and activists are contributing their views on the topic of unpaid and underpaid care work in India to an audience of about 140 concerned women and men.

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