Terms and Conditions
Following results are obtained by our Internet Research Algorithm:
Seasonal migration of labour for the employment has become one of the most durable components of the livelihood strategies of people living in rural areas. Migration is not just only for the times of crisis for survival and coping but has increasingly become an accumulative option for the poor.
Migration is integral to the process of human development, and it plays a vital role in achieving sustainable development goals, thereby preventing migration could even be counterproductive.
Hence India needs to formulate migration centric policies, strategies, and institutional mechanisms to ensure inclusive growth and development and reduce distress induced migration, thereby increasing India’s prospects for poverty reduction and achieving Sustainable Development Goals.
The government at Centre needs to provide amenities and social securities for the migrant population, which is riddled with the issues of inadequate housing, low-paid, insecure or hazardous work, the extreme vulnerability of women and children to trafficking and sexual exploitation, etc.