Webinar Series

Though the dreaded Coronavirus is supposed to be indiscriminate, the effects of COVID-19 are disproportionately disastrous for people from the margins – migrant workers, women, sex workers, sexual minorities, daily wage labourers and others. As an attempt to mainstream the voices of the poor and marginalised sections of society in the quest for equity and governance, two webinar series have been initiated.

 

The Voices from the Margins series (facilitated by Praxis) brings to wider public, experiences of a range of marginalised groups coping with the current crisis.

Voices from the Margins Series

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In the Spotlight: Business and Human Rights

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#EndTraffickingNow - Preventive Action Against Child Trafficking at India's Railway Stations

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Frontline Workers Sans Security: Sanitation and Mortuary Workers in Hospitals in the time of COVID-19

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COVID-19 Pandemic and Sustainable Agriculture: Prospects and Challenges

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Unearthing Challenges of Plantation Workers in Cotton, Tea, Sugarcane and Tobacco Plantations

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India’s Supply Chain Crisis: Conversation with Petty Contractors from Construction and Garment sector

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Lessons from HIV Pandemic: With Sex Workers, PUD and LGBTQ+ Communities

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Fear of Lockup, and Now Lockdown: Struggles of Denotified and Nomadic Tribes

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Madari, Od, Kal Oddar, Gujjar and Gadia Lohar Workers: Struggle for Survival

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Interstate Migrants in Erode and Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu

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Transgender Persons Act: Lockdown Fallouts and Lessons

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Impact of Covid-19 on Refugees

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SC-ST Entrepreneurs: Status, Challenges and Opportunities

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Role of Community Based Watchdog Mechanisms to Curb Child Labour and Trafficking as a Fallout of COVID-19

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Resourcing Grassroots Work: Runaway Donors and Struggling Community-Based Organisations

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Vulnerabilities of Child Labourers: Conversations with survivors of child trafficking, their families and those who work to protect them

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Manipur Saga: Continuing Despair during Lockdown

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Workers’ Rights – Pandemic and Beyond

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Children with Disabilities

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Farmers and Migrant Workers from Denotifed Tribes in Purulia, West Bengal

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Draft National Policy for Domestic Workers: Lessons from Lockdown

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Sexual, Reproductive and Mental Health Needs of Adolescents: Voices from Pandemic Times

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Pandemic Induced Impediments to Livelihoods of Bar Dancers and Sex Workers

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Leveraging Public Procurement to Realise Rights of Women and Children in Supply Chains

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Fighting two battles, Covid 19 and Gig Economy: Conversations with App-Based Workers and Trade Unions

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Missing School: Adolescent Girls Marginalised by Growing Divide during Lockdown

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Homeless Persons During Lockdown

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Sanitation Workers’ Life, Dignity and Health During the Lockdown

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Nat and Bedia women on the intersectionality of gender, stigmatisation, migration and caste

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Workers from Garment Mills in Tamil Nadu