Gender Justice and Indian Labour

  • Mansi Nagyan
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  • Mansi Nagyan

    Student at Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University, India.

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This Article study lying on the gender justice and Indian Labour that hardly exists in any region, social class in the Indian Society which thwart the recuperating the lives of Indian people. The authenticity of gender Justice in India is extremely multifaceted and diversified, because it slightly exists in any dimension of the society like education, employment opportunities, income, health, cultural issues, social issues, economic issues etc. An attempt has been made to find out those factors which are responsible for this problem in India and also the legal framework which formulate to undertake this severe issue. As we know that not only the women are struggling for their equality but also the transgender are equally or better to say put more efforts to get their due rights in the Indian society. So, this paper highlights the multi-dimensional context of gender equalities and inequalities prevalent in India. Overall, the study indicates the need of gender equality in economic, social, cultural legal and political field which are of a great challenge for policy-makers and social scientists to establish the rights which are guaranteed by the Indian Constitution. The researcher has tried to propose some pertinent strategies and policies implication for improve this gender equality and to market the dignified position for Indian people that become the subject of gender biasness.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 851 - 868


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