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National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) issues recommendations to the Centre on Mental Health, Bonded Laborers, and Migrants.

Lawstreet Journal 15 Jun 2021 2:29am

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Executive National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) issues recommendations to the Centre on Mental Health, Bonded Laborers, and Migrants.

In the view of the harmful effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) issued three more recommendations to the Centre, States, and Union Territories (UT) administrations, urging them to take specific action within four weeks on mental health, bonded labourers, and migrant informal sector workers.

In documents to the Secretaries of the Union Ministries of Health & Family Welfare, Labour & Unemployment, Women & Child Welfare, Chief Secretaries of States & Administrators of Union Territories, the NHRC has requested that its recommendations in the Advisories and the action taken report be implemented within four weeks. In focus to Right to Mental Health, Identifying Release & Rehabilitate Bonded Labourers & Safeguarding the Rights of Informal Workers during the pandemic.

According to the Commission, difficulties that occurred during the epidemic have resulted in poor mental health, notably among vulnerable groups. On the topic of bonded labourers' rights violations during the pandemic, the Commission found that the second wave has exacerbated their current vulnerabilities, making them more vulnerable and an easier target for human smuggling.

Apart from the recommendations divided into the 5 major groupings of prevention, identification, rescue, rehabilitation & repatriation & legal aid to the district administration, the Commission has given eleven specific recommendations to the Centre and State Govt & UT Administration in the advisory on "Identifying Release & Rehabilitate Bonded Laborers."

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