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Urgent Appeal: Help Mumbai’s sex workers’ families brave the CoVid-19 lockdown We are looking to provide a month’s ration to these families in Kamathipura

CJP has joined hands with The Jimme Foundation and Kranti to help families of sex workers in Mumbai. As the covid-19 lockdown brings sex work to a grinding halt, affecting their only means of income, we are looking to provide a month’s ration to the affected families in Kamathipura. Support us in this effort. Donate…

Help Mumbai’s sex workers and their families tide over the CoVid-19 lockdown CJP joins hands with Jimme Foundation and Kranti to provide relief to over 200

Sex workers have always been forced to live on the fringes of society. Even today they are one of the most exploited and marginalised communities. The proliferation of the coronavirus has brought sex work to a grinding halt, and thus affected the only means of income for these families. Now, CJP has joined hands with…

Controversial Anti-Trafficking Bill tabled in Parliament Critics say it could further harm vulnerable communities

On Wednesday, July 18, 2018, the first day of the Monsoon Session of Parliament, Maneka Gandhi, the Union Cabinet Minister for Women and Child Development (WCD), tabled a Bill aimed at curbing human trafficking in India. The Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill, 2018 was first approved by the Union Cabinet in February…

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