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The Contours and Concerns of Drought-Induced Migration
Published By: SHRAM on eSS | Published Date: June, 03 , 2016
Umi Daniel is currently working as Head Migration Thematic unit at Aide et Action South Asia. His areas of interests are tribal empowerment, people’s right to food, micro level planning, rights and entitlement of migrant labourers and trade justice campaign. In this interview Umi Daniel discuss how growing rural deprivation, inequality further worsened by the drought situation in country is giving rise to large-scale distress migration of poor people who land up in cities and urban location to eke out better wage and livelihood.
Author(s): Umi Daniel | Posted on: Jun 03, 2016 | Views() | Download (124)
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