In this post, we provide some comments on social security for informal workers as it now stands under the 2020 Code.
Must the Most Vulnerable Bear the Highest Costs? The Case of Interest on Interest during the Debt Moratorium
In this post, we investigate the cost of Interest on Interest (IoI), that emerged out of the RBI’s policy to grant a 6-month debt moratorium
This is the second video of our six-part series with Khabar Lahariya.
This note was first published as a part of session 2 of the four-part webinar series hosted by Dvara Research and IndiaSpend
Building SOPs for Grievance Redressal to Reduce Exclusions in Access to Social Protection Schemes for Poor and Vulnerable Populations
Dvara Research, in collaboration with Gram Vaani, University of Montreal, and Tika Vaani has been selected for the Azim Premji University COVID-19 Research Funding Programme 2020
This note was first published as a part of session 1 of the four-part webinar series hosted by Dvara Research and IndiaSpend
In this blog post, we present our comments to the Report by the Committee of Experts on Non-Personal Data Governance Framework
In this post, we examine some questions with respect to India’s minimum wage laws, in light of the Code on Wages, 2019 and the Draft Wages Code Rules, 2020
The Social Protection Initiative organised a closed-door virtual roundtable discussion on social security for self-employed workers
This policy brief examines the implications of debt moratorium in the context of microcredit