Road to Rights - Women, Social Security and Protection in India

Road to Rights - Women, Social Security and Protection in India (English, Hardcover, Priti Darooka)


Road to Rights - Women, Social Security and Protection in India  (English, Hardcover, Priti Darooka)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Publisher: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd
    • Genre: Academic and Professional
    • ISBN: 9789351509141, 9351509141
    • Edition: 1, 2016
    • Pages: 248
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    Social security is an investment in human resources, which can provide overall security for a person within the family, workplace, and society. The right to social security is an important human right and an essential precondition for the realization of all human rights. It thus represents an essential transformation from needs-based charity to rights-based social justice.

    Road to Rights examines the conceptual framework of social security, and focuses the reader’s attention on the missing dimensions of social security and protection for women in India. It explores experiences and lessons learned from various interventions on the ground, throwing particular light on the problems faced by specific vulnerable groups, such as female domestic workers, and sex workers. One of the first comprehensive resource books on social security, it will be of immense value to government departments, policymakers, development sector workers, as well as students and scholars of policy studies and gender studies.
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    Book Details
    • SAGE YODA Press
    Publication Year
    • 2016 January
    Book Type
    • Academic
    Author Info
    • Priti Darooka is the founder and executive director of the Programme on Women’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (PWESCR). She works in partnership with diverse groups and networks to provide support, and is part of several initiatives on women’s poverty, right to livelihoods including right to land, social security and right to food. She strives to make human rights frameworks and mechanisms relevant to address issues of poverty.
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