Online Orientation Programme on Identification, Rescue, Rehabilitation of Child Labour and Bonded Labour and Prosecution of Offenders
The programme aims to equip the participants with skills and knowledge for effective Identification, Release and immediate rehabilitation of child labour and bonded labour and also to enhance skills for effective Prosecution of Offenders.
To understand the linkage between human trafficking, child labour and bonded labour.
To understand new forms of bonded labour and ways to tackle them.
To strengthen knowledge and skills for identification, prevention, abolition/elimination of the practice and system of child labour and bonded labour.
To discuss the importance of effective and timely action during the critical crisis period of rescue to rehabilitation.
To impart knowledge on the existing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for Identification, Prevention Rescue andrehabilitation of Child labour and Bonded Labourand to understand the role of Statutory and Law Enforcement bodies.
To enhance skills for effective Prosecution of Offenders
Magnitude, Dimensions, determinant and Deterrents, Policy and legislative Framework, BLSA Act, CALPR Act, NCLP Scheme, CSS Bonded Labour Scheme, IPC 370, Standard Operating Procedures (MoLE), Case Studies, etc.
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.
Representatives from Labour Department (Centre and State), Vigilance Committee members, Police (including Anti Human Trafficking Units), Revenue Officials, District Legal Services Authorities (DLSA), NGOs, CWCs, District Task Force, Social Workers (For States where there is High Incidence of Bonded Labour Including Child Bonded Labour in South India– Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh).
Dr. Helen R. Sekar, Senior Fellow, VVGNLI Email: helenrsekar[dot]vvgnli[at]gov[dot]in