Aajeevika Bureau

Finding voice, visibility and dignity for migrant workers

India
2012 - 2020

Aajeevika Bureau was established in 2005 in the Indian state of Rajasthan to provide services, support and security to the 100 million rural, seasonal migrant workers, and their families. They combine direct service delivery, advocacy, research and technical support to advance the cause of migrant workers. HDF provided Aajeevika Bureau with core support to expand the delivery of services and focus on bringing about longer-term systemic change in policy and the legislative framework related to labour migration.


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