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LABOUR MIGRATION IN INDIA: PERSPECTIVES FOR PRACTICE
Date: May 26 – June 1, 2019 Last Date to Apply: April 10, 2019 Venue: Azim Premji University, Bangalore
Internal labour migration has emerged as a new-age development challenge for India. High economic disparity between regions, agrarian distress compounded by adverse climatic changes has pushed more and more rural poor to Indian cities. As per Economic Survey 2016-17 there are 139 million labour migrants in India who move between the rural and urban, struggling with disenfranchisement within the boundaries of their own country and an uncertain livelihood option which is their only exit from poverty.