Online Training Programme on “Addressing Issues relating to Child Labour"
The specific objectives of this Programme are: Develop understanding on the implications and consequences of the ongoing pandemic for children of the poor, Sector-specific Roles and Responsibilities of Stakeholders in reducing vulnerability to Child Labour and shaping well-being of children, Understand the gender Dimensions of child labour, Locating Identifying linkages of climate change and Child
This training will be delivered in an online mode. The training will primarily make use of lectures and discussions, followed by questions and answers. The Training sessions will be substantiated with Power Point Presentations, Audio visuals, etc. Some re
Civil Society Partners, Project Society, Project Directors, Voluntary Educational and vocational Instructors, and Programme Managers of NCLP, Officials of Line Departments of the Central and State Governments dealing with the issues of Child Protection and Child Labour such as Labour, Police (Anti -Human Trafficking Units, Traffic Police, Railway Police, Missing Children Unit, Special Juvenile Police Unit (SJPU)), Women and Child Development (CWC, Child Line, District Child Protection Unit (DCPU) Child Protection Committees (CPCs), Department of Social Welfare, Tribal Development, Rural Development, Social Welfare, Health Department, Social Justice and Empowerment, Education (Basic Shiksha Adhikari(BSA)/District Education Officers, SSA, Primary Education, Secondary Education, School Management Committees (SMCs)) Self Help Groups (SHGs), Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs)
Participants should have working knowledge of English/Hindi Language. Further, as this is an online training, those enrolling in the programme should have access to internet and laptop/desktop with audio-visual facilities.
Dr. Helen R. Sekar, Course Director, Senior Fellow, VVGNLI