Social Protection for Informal Workers: Insecurities, Instruments and Institutional Mechanisms
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KeywordsSocial Protection; Informal Economy; Gender; Organisation; Economic Needs; Distributive justice; ILO; Structural adjustment programmes; Neo Liberals; UNDP; MBOs; NGOs; basic security; National Sample Survey; Peoples Security Survey; Planning Commission 2000; HUDCO; Parivartan; education; Constitution of India; Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya; Public Report on Basic Education; Primary Health Centre; SEWA; ICDS; Labour legislation; Jawahar Rozgar Yojana; Minimum Wages Act; 1948; skill security; TRYSEM;
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