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“CONGRATULAITONS ACTION AID AND PRAYAS!” Volunteers for Social Justice extends hearty congratulations to the team from ActionAid and Prayas for rescuing 22 Bonded Labourers in brick kilns of Jaipur, Rajasthan.”
“15 BONDED LABOUR-BRICK KILN MIGRANT WORKERS RESCUED FROM A PRIVATE FACTORY IN BANGALORE”. Volunteers for Social Justice is delighted to receive the news of the 15 bonded labourers hailing from Odisha rescued by Karnataka State Human Rights Commission with the help of ActionAid, SICHREM and APSA.”
About us
Volunteers for Social Justice is a registered charity under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and has income tax exemption under the Foreign Contribution Regulatory Act, 1961 was founded in 1985 by its current General Secretary Jai Singh.
Since its formation the organisation has been striving to combat the injustices facing Punjab’s most vulnerable sections of society. We work closely with trade unions and workers’ groups fighting to end inequality in the workplace, as well as with scheduled caste communities and organisations across the country seeking to end caste based discrimination. We have partners across the state, country and even across the world who share our values and are equally committed to ending injustices in our society
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Eradicating Bonded Labour from India’s Brick Kiln Sector
Bonded Labour Act Amendment
Breaking Bondage and Securing Rights
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Our Activities
Bonded labour is a modern day form of slavery which is being practiced across India and Punjab’s..
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Though the conventional view of Punjab is that of a caste free state, lacking a significant number..
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Though child labour is nationally and internationally condemned it is still widespread throughout India.
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Those who are worst affected by poverty are often without land and without jobs.
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Women are the most vulnerable section of society in India. Not only is their body often the battle..
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