Surveying Informalised Labour Conditions in India’s Organised Garment Sector
This research is based on direct surveys of garment workers and interviews and focus-group discussions
This Development Viewpoint assesses the results of research on labour conditions in the more organised and visible segments of the garment sector in the greater Delhi area. It is part of a series of publications produced by the ESRC-DFID Research Project on “Labour Conditions and the Working Poor in China and India”. draws on the project paper ‘Labour Regimes in the Indian Garment Sector: Capital-Labour Relations, Social Reproduction and Implications for Labour Standards’, written by Alessandra Mezzadri and Ravi Srivastava, and the extensive paper on survey findings entitled ‘Capital-Labour Relationships in Formal Sector Garment Manufacturing in the Delhi National Capital Region of India’, written by Ravi Srivastava.
This research is based on direct surveys of garment workers and indepth interviews and focus-group discussions with key informants in the sector during 2012-2014 in what India calls its National Capital Region (NCR).
Centre for Development Policy and Research. Surveying Informalised Labour Conditions in India’s Organised Garment Sector. Development Viewpoint (2014) Number 79, July 2014, 2 pp.