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November, 2019



Duration :
11/11/2019 to 15/11/2019

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



Duration :
19/11/2019 to 21/11/2019

Developing skills for effective Repatriation, Rehabilitation of Child Labour and their
Reintegration ensuring child protection and child rights.



Duration :
25/11/2019 to 29/11/2019

The aim of the programme is to enhance leadership skills of Officials and trade union activists
working for Tea/Coffee Plantation workers.



Duration :
25/11/2019 to 29/11/2019

This course aims at enhancing the understanding and capabilities of social partners the
need and challenge in ensuring Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in a globalsing
economy.

October, 2019



Duration :
30/09/2019 to 04/10/2019

The programme aims to sensitize the participants about the existing inequalities and the need
for social inclusion. 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.



Duration :
07/10/2019 to 25/10/2019

To develop understanding, aptitude and positive
attitudes on leadership among participants of
Developing Countries



Duration :
07/10/2019 to 11/10/2019

To address and strengthen the understanding of gender issues in labour market and to
enhance the understanding of related laws.



Duration :
14/10/2019 to 17/10/2019

Employment, in its quantitative and more pertinently in its qualitative aspects, is one of the
central concerns of public policy. While employment creation remains a crucial long term
policy goal, it is now emerging as one of the most important policy instruments for tackling
economic slowdown. Employment is not only a macroeconomic phenomena – its importance
and social and individual level is far greater. Employment remains the foremost means for
providing social security and tackling insecurities at the individual level. It is in this context
that this programme addresses various dimensions related to generation of quality
employment as a means to achieve the national goal of sustainable and inclusive growth.

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