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September, 2016



Duration :
26/09/2016 to 30/09/2016

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.

August, 2016



Duration :
22/08/2016 to 26/08/2016

To address the current challenges in the plantation sector with regard to labour, productivity and livelihood



Duration :
22/08/2016 to 26/08/2016

To enhance organisation building capacity of activists of transport workers’ unions



Duration :
29/08/2016 to 02/09/2016

To enhance the understanding of the students, researchers, academicians working on Labour studies.



Duration :
29/08/2016 to 02/09/2016

To enhance organisation building capacity of activists of fishery workers’ unions



Duration :
29/08/2016 to 02/09/2016

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 sector and with problems of unemployment and underemployment. To face these challenges, governments are putting increasing emphasis on enhancing the skills of its people in general and that of workers in particular to increase their employability and to facilitate them to get decent employment.



Duration :
27/02/2016 to 03/03/2016

The programme aims at putting increasing emphasis on enhancing the skills of workers in general and women workers in particular for enhancing employability and to facilitate for decent employment



Duration :
04/04/2016 to 08/04/2016

The programme aims at empowering the emerging trade union leaders from rural unorganised sector



Duration :
04/04/2016 to 08/04/2016

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



Duration :
02/01/2017 to 06/01/2017

The programme is intended to familarise the participants with issues related to ‘climate change and livelihood’ by focusing on how climate change impacts poor people’s livelihoods, their coping mechanisms and alternative adaption strategies.

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