Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir: An analysis of the Disputed Region

By Liza Gupta
In 2020, a study by the joint Indo-Pak management institute revealed contrasting lifestyles between the people of Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (POK) (Dipanjan Roy, 2020). The study conducted by Professor Dheeraj Sharma from the Indian Institute of Management and Professor Farah Arif from Lahore Institute of Management Sciences disclosed that the people in POK were not satisfied and happy with their lives and homeland...

The Kashmiri Pandit Crisis: An Analysis of their Resettlement Plan

By Liza Gupta
Human rights are paramount to citizens and is a vital policy objective of international institutions and central governments. However, despite such importance granted to Human Rights, the world community and central government have failed to uphold the rights of Kashmiri Pandit (“KP”) community living in Kashmir in the 1990s. The year of 1989 marks ‘black year’ in the history of India...

Migrant Issues: Human Trafficking in Cambodia

By Yukti Panwar
There is a prominent presence of Vietnamese migrants in Cambodia due to historical reasons and  demand for labour in the construction sector. For Vietnamese women who have migrated to Cambodia, the sex industry (including massage parlours and dance halls) is an important sector of employment. Many of them are irregular migrants, which, along with their profession, adds on to their increased vulnerability and makes them a tempting subject of exploitation...