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Decent Livelihoods

Not just skin deep: The beauty industry’s deep roots in livelihoods and empowerment 

Nothing quite captures the entrepreneurial spirit of India like the booming beauty and wellness sector. From the outside, it is easy to be dismissive of the beauty industry — it …

Deafening silence on the conditions of the workers migrating back to the cities

Reports reveal that about significant percentage of workers who had reverse-migrated, in the wake of the pandemic lockdown, have returned to the cities or wish to do so. The reason …

For those at the margins, ‘easy access’ is the innovation they need

When we hear of innovation, we immediately think of sophisticated, cutting-edge technology. But in India, the need for innovation still revolves around digital identity and access to welfare schemes or …

The Skill Gap to Combating Climate Change

Every year, world leaders come together to formulate a joint climate action plan. At the recently held 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26), a new worldwide accord …

Housing construction workers to resurrect the economy

The construction industry is one of India’s biggest employers and the third-largest contributor to the economy. This sector employs more than fifty-one million people. Low-cost workers—mainly migrant workers—make up a …

charity foundations in india
Marginalized and Invisible

Did you know that India has one of the best recycling rates in the world? 70% of all PET bottles are recycled here, compared to 31% in the USA. But …

Water NGOs in India
Bridge Over Troubled Waters

“Jal hi jeevan hai.”  [Water is life.] If you have spent any amount of time in India, chances are that you have read this quote somewhere – painted on a …

Womens Empowerment
Bearing an Unequal Burden

A gentle sun is shining. A woman is walking towards the village well, gracefully balancing pots on her head. Out of the corner of her eye, she spies her love …

Trucking in the Pandemic: Driving change in Supply Chain

Imagine working 13-hour straight a day, in dangerous conditions, without any security or benefits. That’s a glimpse of how an Indian truck driver works a day in his life.  Trucking …

Why a multi-dimensional informal labour market cannot have a unilateral policy-making approach

In response to the recent migrant workers crisis, massive relief efforts have been launched to rehabilitate and re-employ the informal working section. While the Atmanirbhar scheme lays considerable focus on …

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