Asian Review of Social Sciences (ARSS)
Migration of Tribal Women: Human Rights DeprivationAuthor : Anil Prasad Bandela, Swapan Kumar Kolay and R.D.Sampath Kumar
Volume 2 No.1 January-June 2013 pp 1-6
Migration is a complex issue which cannot be stopped. The migrants who work out of their locations face lot of oppression and rights violation in regards to work allocation, economic, socio and political aspects. If the migrants are women their problems are inexpressible and sometimes beyond to address. The indigenous women who are left in the dark, forced to endure extreme poverty. They live in politically unstable and geographically remote regions where there is a lack of adequate education, infrastructure, and healthcare. Migration from one area to another in search of improved livelihoods is a key feature of human history. Migration tends to be seen as problematic, when it comes to women it is very hard to accept and cope-up. The study had conducted in Bastar Block in Chhattisgarh to find out the status of the migrants.
Tribal Migration, Women, Human Rights, Deprivation