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That this House welcomes the three-year study on caste discrimination agreed by the UN Human Rights Commission in April; notes the concerns expressed in recent International Development Committee and Department for International Development (DFID) Reports and the continuing threats and violence against Dalits resisting caste discrimination; urges the Foreign Office and DFID actively to support the UN study, including financially if necessary, and to work vigorously in the EU and beyond to end discrimination by work and descent; and further urges the Department of Trade and Industry to encourage all UK companies operating in India to adopt the Ambedkar Employment Principles aimed at overcoming such discrimination in India and elsewhere.
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