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Duration :
04/12/2017 to 22/12/2017

To address and strengthen the understanding of gender issues in labour market and to enhance the understanding of gender and women labour issues to develop appropriate corporate policies.



Duration :
08/01/2018 to 25/01/2018

The aim of the programme is to familiarize the participants with the effective social security programmes and to develop techniques and strategies for initiating micro-level social security network.



Duration :
05/02/2018 to 23/02/2018

The course provides an opportunity for researchers and practitioners pursuing/intending to pursue research on labour studies to go through a rigorous and interactive exercise in conceptualising, designing and operationalising research pertaining to labour studies. The course offers opportunities for intensive interface with renowned scholars/practitioners in the area of labour studies



Duration :
05/03/2018 to 23/03/2018

Market-oriented reforms in the health sector have led to low efficiency of resource allocation and utilization, increasing inequality as well as reducing the ability of the poor to access health care services. This situation creates greater health vulnerability for those who are at greater risk of disease but not under the cover of social protection, such as workers in the informal economy.

October, 2017



Duration :
25/10/2017 to 27/10/2017

To achieve transformation of children withdrawn from Work through education.



Duration :
30/10/2017 to 03/11/2017

The aim of the programme is to familiarize the participants with the social protection
programmes and to develop techniques and strategies for initiating micro-level
livelihood programmes



Duration :
30/10/2017 to 03/11/2017

The programme aims to develop an understanding of the need for social security for
workers in the unorganized sector .



Duration :
04/12/2017 to 22/12/2017

To address and strengthen the understanding of gender issues in labour market and to enhance the understanding of gender and women labour issues to develop appropriate corporate policies.

September, 2017



Duration :
04/09/2017 to 08/09/2017

The aim of the programme is to enhance leadership skills of trade union activists from
North-Eastern States



Duration :
04/09/2017 to 22/09/2017

Generating more and better quality of employment is a common challenge faced by the countries world over. The challenge is more pronounced in case of developing countries with large informal economy and with problems of unemployment and underemployment. To face these challenges, governments are putting increasing emphasis on enhancing the skill level of its population in general and that of labour force in particular to increase their employability and to facilitate them to get decent employment. The 2030 agenda for sustainable development also emphasizes the same



Duration :
11/09/2017 to 14/09/2017

This programme aims to address the challenges confronting the labour administration in
the context of transformations in the world of work. It would specifically focus on
innovations being evolved and adopted to ensure that labour administration addresses
the requirements of all categories of workers, particularly those in the informal economy



Duration :
11/09/2017 to 15/09/2017

The programme aims at equipping the participants Growing urbanization,
migration of poor families from rural to urban areas is resulting in increasing labour force
participation of unskilled women workers



Duration :
11/09/2017 to 15/09/2017

The course will familiarise scholars and practitioner on techniques and methods in
historical research on labour and labour relations. The course will enable the
participants to understand contemporary transformations in the world of work in a
historical perspective and familiarise them with the different approaches to history of
labour. It will also equip them to undertake systematic research on labour history.



Duration :
18/09/2017 to 22/09/2017

To enhance organisation building capacity of activists of beedi workers unions

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