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.Nocturnal Stray.

A spirit that will never back down from the dogfight
Burst into the wicked show with shattering noise
Harnessing and controlling your unruly partner 

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The link between agricultural trade liberalisation and the fall in farming employment

Writing in the Sunday Times (2 August, 2015) financial journalist Ann Crotty draws on the International Labour Organisation (ILO) report to demonstrate how “government’s unnecessarily enthusiastic adoption of trade liberalisation policies after 1994… generated little benefit for labour or capital”. 175 more words

Back 2 School

Uniform: dami @ Okinawa NEW (last day!)
Socks: TI
Shoes: REIGN @ Vintage & Cool Fair 2015 NEW
Hair: tram NEW
Eyes: NINI @ … 23 more words

SS 2015

Radio Documentary: Domestic Help in India

Domestic workers are the largest unorganized sector in India as stated by the International Labour Organisation. Domestic workers are not covered under any labour laws and traditional practices have viewed them as servants rather than household employees with labour rights. 21 more words


The Plight of Domestic Workers in India

Domestic workers are the largest unorganized sector in India. Not only does it absorb the unskilled and lowly educated women, it also takes the burden of laborious housework off households. 1,066 more words

Domestic Workers

In news: Why is India shy of breastfeeding in public?

As I completed the formalities of getting a boarding pass, submitting my baggage and clearing the security scan, I kept ticking the checklist of all the things to do at the airport while holding a six month old baby. 1,274 more words