India has a surprising number of government services available to its residents. Many of these services are, by right, available to the poor residents of villages and urban slums. Unfortunately, many poor residents are not able to access these services due to: lack of knowledge about the entitlement; lack of identity documents and confidence in approaching government officials; corruption and caste-based discrimination. JVI’s latest publication is part of a series created to provide community residents, NGO staff, and lawyers the
Anti-Trafficking and Bonded Labor Workshop at Chanakya National Law University, Patna On 29 September 2013 JVI’s Bihar legal team held a workshop on human trafficking and bonded labor at Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna, the state’s premier law school.