The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world of work upside down. It is having a dramatic effect on the jobs, livelihoods and well-being of workers and their families and on enterprises across the globe, particularly the small and medium sized.

This rapid assessment report, a result of a pilot survey, presents a snapshot of the extent of distress in a few districts of Bihar, and is the first in a series of reports which would similarly attempt to look at the conditions, challenges, and coping strategies of workers in different states across India.The study and this report seeks to rapi

This note describes the key challenges facing the health, livelihoods, and mobility of internal and international migrants and their families due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of ‘In Re: Problems and miseries of migrant labourers’ dated 26/05/2020.

The Stranded Workers Action Network (SWAN) has been actively responding to the crisis of migrant workers across the country since the 27th of March. This report, based on workers’ testimonies, continues to be an indictment of the unilateral decision taken by the Central government.

This policy brief provides information and identifies a number of key recommendations to assist governments and other stakeholders in designing COVID-19 policy responses that can help to ensure the protection of migrant workers, as well as to inform responses for the protection of refugees and those displaced working in countries other than thei

The COVID‐19 outbreak has placed many internal migrant workers in dire conditions, many losing their (mostly informal) jobs and unable to return home due to disruption to public transport services and movement restrictions.

Report by the Central Railside Warehouse Company (CRWC) dated April 18, 2020 in compliance to the NGT order of January 10, 2020 in the matter of Anubhav Kumar Vs Union of India & Others.

The matter related to air pollution due to loading/unloading of cement near Shakurbasti Railway Station, Delhi.

Coronavirus could drive half a billion people into poverty worldwide, warns Oxfam The fallout from the coronavirus spread that has killed more than 83,000 people and wreaked havoc on economies around the world could push around half a billion people into poverty warns Oxfam in this report.

This accident insurance scheme covers loss of life due to COVID-19 and accidental death on account of COVID-19 related duty.

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