Online Training Programme on Informality, New Forms of Work and Social Protection
The programme aims to sensitize the participants about the changing nature of employment, the inequalities arising out of these changes and the need for social protection. It would enable participants to understand the international standards and existing legal instruments as well as some global best practices in order to promote workers’ rights, based on a model of social justice.
Provide an overview of the changing nature of employment, the existing inequalities in the labour market with regard to employment and the need for social security and protection.
To sensitize the participants on the various international labour standards/instruments as well as good practices in the area of social security and protection.
To develop insight on the existing national polices and legal instruments in the area of social security and protection of workers.
To discuss strategies for the promotion of decent work and practices that fulfill the guidelines of the SDGs
Existing labour market inequalities, international standards/instruments in the area of social security and protection, challenges with regard to the existing national policies and legislations on social security and protection, international best practices.
This training will be delivered in an online mode. The training will primarily make use of lectures, case studies and experience sharing. It will also include group discussions and thus be participative in nature.
Central and State Government officials and Trade Union Leaders from CTUs
Dr. Ruma Ghosh, Fellow, VVGNLI Email: rumaghosh[dot]vvgnli[at]gov[dot]in