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AIDERA Congressional Aide - committed to social justice...

...sustainable development and eventual welfare of the socially and economically un- and under privileged section of contemporary developing Indian society. Poor and poverty, no education, unawareness, unemployment and incompetence are the prime and deep rooted causes of social, regional, communal, religious and economical crisis in India.

 

AIDER a Brain Child of MR. VIRENDER KUMAR JHA, a high esteemed, well qualified, and profoundly experienced professional, has come forward to the respective rescue with their sincere efforts, superlative zeal and Touch the Sky attitude.

 

AIDER is registered as a non-profit Non-Government Organization under section 60 of the Indian charitable trust act in March 2009 in New Delhi AIDER is managed by a team of professionals who have true social spirit, self-motivation and sincere desire to ward off the disparity and allied agonies to establish an egalitarian society, which is far off from realization even after 62 years of independence.

They have earlier worked in various fields and attained perfect professionalism in their respective areas. Along the line, they have been carrying their ardent aspirations for the welfare and development of the economically and socially DEPRIVED.

 

AIDER aid them as well to translate their desires into practice and satiate their social and spiritual thrust.

 

MIGRATION OF PEOPLE from one place to another occurs for various reasons (Exodus during conflict, disaster, political instability etc.) including search for economic betterment, livelihood etc. The developed/developing areas have created a demand of labourer and the backward areas have become the supplier of labourers.

 

Today more than half the population of Delhi/NCR live in JJ clusters, slums designated areas, resettlement colonies, unauthorised and recently authorised colonies etc. which of course is not an ideal or healthy situation. Most of them working as helper/unskilled worker in Garments exports. Long working hours and forced overtime are a major concern among garment workers.

 

Managers typically push employees to work between 10 and 12 hours, sometimes 16 to 18 hours a day. When order deadlines loom, working hours get longer. A seven-day working week is becoming the norm during the peak season, particularly in India, despite limits placed by the law.

 

The majority of workers within the garment industry are women, who are particularly vulnerable to abuse. They are frequently subjected to humiliating searches, verbal and physical abuse, and sexual harassment in the workplace, as well as fearing assault and rape on the way home from the factory late at night.

 

Garments workers face a daily grind of excessive hours, forced overtime, lack of job security, poverty wages, denial of trade union rights, poor health, exhaustion, sexual harassment and mental stress. Even in factories which on the surface look clean and modern, workers are often deprived of their internationally-recognized basic rights.

"THOUGHTS OF THE DAY"

 

"The Greatest Mistake You Can Make in Life is to Continually Be Affraid That You Will Make One."
Mahatama Gandhi

 

"To be a Greate Champion You Must Believe You are the Best. If you are NOT, retained you ARE."
Mohd. Ali

 

"You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you,none can make you spiritual.There is no other teacher but your own soul."
Swami Vivekananda


"For a successful revolution it is not enough that there is discontent. What is required is a profound and thorough conviction of the justice, necessity and importance of political and social rights."
B. R. Ambedkar


"All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."
Buddha


"Do not be very upright in your dealings for you would see by going to the forest that straight trees are cut down while crooked ones are left standing."
Chanakya

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