Note on the Presentation made by Paul Divakar and Deelip Mheske in Inter-Governmental Negotiation on Sustainable Development Goals

Note on the Presentation made by Paul Divakar and Deelip Mheske in Inter-Governmental Negotiation on Sustainable Development Goals

This provides a critical analysis and reflection on the presentations delivered by Paul Divakar and Deelip Mheskeduring the Inter-Governmental Negotiations on Sustainable Development Goals. It  offers insights into key issues and potential avenues for progress with regard to the SDGs.

Benchmarking the Draft UN Principles and Guidelines on the Elimination of (Caste) Discrimination Based on Work and Decent Nepal Report

Benchmarking the Draft UN Principles and Guidelines on the Elimination of (Caste) Discrimination Based on Work and Decent Nepal Report

Nepal’s benchmarking report on the Draft UN Principles and Guidelines on the Elimination of (Caste) Discrimination Based on Work and Descent, offering valuable insights and recommendations to strengthen implementation efforts and promote social justice.

Benchmarking the Draft UN Principles and Guidelines on the Elimination of (Caste) Discrimination Based on Work and Decent India Report

Benchmarking the Draft UN Principles and Guidelines on the Elimination of (Caste) Discrimination Based on Work and Decent India Report

This report conducts a benchmarking analysis of the draft UN Principles and Guidelines on the Elimination of (Caste) Discrimination Based on Work and Descent, providing insights and recommendations for enhancing their effectiveness and implementation in India.

Impact and Resilience in Covid-19 Pandemic National Status of Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent in Bangladesh

Impact and Resilience in Covid-19 Pandemic National Status of Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent in Bangladesh

This publication from Asia Dalit Rights Forum explores the intricate interplay between the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact, societal resilience, and the national status of marginalized communities facing discrimination based on work and descent in Bangladesh.

Slovakia: Will EU Try Slovakia for Segregating Roma Children in School?

Slovakia: Will EU Try Slovakia for Segregating Roma Children in School?

Romani children are also routinely being assessed as having “mild mental disabilities” and sent to special schools where the quality of education is inferior, a joint Amnesty and ERRC statement said. The European Commission on April 19 brought Slovakia, an EU Member State, to the European Court of Justice for violating the Race Equality Directive…

India: Dalit Children go Missing, Get Trafficked or Work for a Living

India: Dalit Children go Missing, Get Trafficked or Work for a Living

About 10.1 million children aged between 5 to 14 work in India. Recent deaths in factories in Delhi, home to the country’s capital city points to the enslavement of children in risky factories. A total of 59,262 children were reported to go missing in India in 2020, according to the National Crime Records Bureau’s ‘Crime…

Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent in Modern Slavery – A Global Phenomenon

Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent in Modern Slavery – A Global Phenomenon

This research project, comprising two studies and commissioned by the Asia Dalit Rights Forum to explore and examine of the manifestations of modern slavery in its varied forms prevalent among the communities discriminated on work and descent (CDWDs), has looked at the issue in its South Asian as well as global dimensions as evidenced in…

Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent in South Asia – Status of Modern Slavery

Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent in South Asia – Status of Modern Slavery

This research project, comprising two studies and commissioned by the Asia Dalit Rights Forum to explore and examine of the manifestations of modern slavery in its varied forms prevalent among the communities discriminated on work and descent (CDWDs), has looked at the issue in its South Asian as well as global dimensions as evidenced in…