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V.V. Giri National Labour Institute (VVGNLI), an autonomous body of the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, set up in July 1974, is a premier Institute of Labour Research, Training and Education. Since its inception, the Institute has endeavoured through research, training and publications to reach all those who are concerned with various aspects of labour, both in the organised and unorganised sectors. The focus of such endeavours has been the transfer of academic insight and understanding related to all the aspects of labour for application to policy formulation, legislation and action to ensure a just and proper place for labour in an egalitarian and democratic society. SEMINAR/TRAINING HALLS -The Institute has six training halls fully air-conditioned. Every hall has audio-visual facilities. TRAINING AND EDUCATION -The V.V. Giri National Labour Institute is committed to promote a better understanding of labour problems and to find various avenues to tackle them. To achieve this, the Institute, through its varied activities attempts to provide education with regard to labour issues in an integrated manner. The research activities, among other things, explore the basic needs of different groups, such data as are generated in research activities are used for designing new training programmes and modifying existing ones. Constant feedback from the participants is used for updating the training curriculum as well as redesigning training modules. The Institute offers education and training to the following groups: Labour Administrators and officials of the Central and State Governments and of foreign countries; Managers and Officers of the public and private sector industries,Trade union leaders and organisers of the organised and unorganised sectors, and Researchers, trainers, field workers and others concerned with labour issues. RESEARCH- Research activities also explore the basic needs of different groups of trainees such as trade union leaders and organisers in both organised and unorganised sectors, managers of public and private sectors, labour administrators, and volunteers of non-governmental organisations. The following ten Centres carry out studies on the major themes related to research: 1. Centre for International Networking 2. Centre for Labour Market Studies 3. Centre for Employment Relations and Regulations 4. Centre for Agrarian Relations and Rural Labour Studies 5. National Resource Centre on Child Labour 6. Integrated Labour History Research Programme 7. Centre for Labour and Health 8. Centre for Gender and Labour 9. Centre for North East Research and Training 10. Centre for Climate Change and Labour N. R. De Resource Centre on Labour Information (NRDRCLI) is one of the most reputed library cum documentation Centre in the area of labour studies in the country. PUBLICATIONS -VVGNLI has a dynamic publishing programme for dissemination of various labour related information. Some of the important periodicals are: Labour & Development- Labour & Development is a bi-annual academic journal. Awards Digest: Journal of Labour Legislation- Awards Digest is a bi-monthly journal which brings out a summary of the latest case laws in the field of labour and industrial relations. Shram Vidhan- Shram Vidhan is a bi-monthly Hindi journal which brings out a summary of the latest case laws in the field of labour and industrial relations. Indradhanush- It is bi-monthly Newsletter brought out by the Institute which captures Institute multifarious activities in the area of research, training and education, workshop, seminar etc.

Institute address: SECTOR-24, NOIDA, 201301, DISTT. GAUTAM BUDH NAGAR, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA

2022-2023

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1INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS AND PROMOTION OF GENDER EQUALITY AT THE WORKPLACE16-Jan-202303-Feb-2023ALL COUNTRIES€¢ OFFICIALS DEALING WITH GENDER ISSUES, HUMAN RESOURCE, ADMINISTRATION, RESEARCHERS FROM GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS, PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS, EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ETC. AND OTHERS FROM DIFFERENT LINE MINISTRIES. €¢ POLICY MAKERS, PROFESSIONALS FROM PUBLIC, PRIVATE AND NON-PROFIT AGENCIES WHO HAVE AN INTEREST ADVANCING GENDER EQUALITY IN THE WORLD OF WORK. €¢ INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES COMMITTED TO WORK ON THE ISSUE OF GENDER. €¢ CIVIL SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVES WORKING ON GENDER ISSUES. €¢ EMPLOYERS AND WORKERS REPRESENTATIVESTHE PROGRAMME AIMS TO SENSITIZE THE PARTICIPANTS ABOUT THE INEQUALITIES PREVALENT IN THE WORLD OF WORK AND THE CHALLENGES FACED BY WOMEN IN THE LABOUR MARKET. IT WOULD ALSO ENABLE THE PARTICIPANTS IN DEVELOPING AN UNDERSTANDING ABOUT THE EXISTING LEGAL INSTRUMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS FOR ENSURING EQUALITY AT WORKPLACE AND PROMOTING WORKERS€™ RIGHTS BASED ON A MODEL OF SOCIAL JUSTICE. €¢ TO PROVIDE A CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS IN THE WORLD OF WORK. €¢ TO UNDERSTAND THE VARIOUS INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS/INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS AND GOOD PRACTICES ON GENDER EQUALITY. €¢ TO SENSITIZE THE PARTICIPANTS ABOUT THE EXISTING LEGAL AND NATIONAL POLICES ON PROMOTION OF GENDER EQUALITY AT THE WORKPLACE. €¢ TO ANALYSE GENDER INEQUALITIES AND DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES WITH REGARD TO ACCESS TO LABOUR MARKET, WAGES, WORKING CONDITIONS, EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, ETC. €¢ TO UNDERSTAND THE GENDERED VULNERABILITIES AND INTERSECTION OF PAID WORK AND UNPAID/CARE WORK, CHALLENGES IN RECONCILING PAID WORK AND FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES THAT LEADS WOMEN TO PRECARIOUS FORMS OF EMPLOYMENT THAT REMAIN OUTSIDE THE PURVIEW OF AVAILABLE LEGAL AND POLICY RESPONSES. €¢ TO DISCUSS ABOUT STRATEGIES OF PROMOTION OF RIGHTS TO FAIR/DECENT WORK AND CARE WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF EMPLOYMENT LAW AND POLICIES THAT WOULD ADDRESS THE LARGER QUESTION OF EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY AND WOMEN€™S EMPLOYMENT AND SUSTENANCE IN THE LABOUR MARKET.
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2HEALTH SECURITY AND PROTECTION OF WORKERS28-Nov-202216-Dec-2022ALL COUNTRIESMIDDLE AND SENIOR LEVEL FUNCTIONARIES.THE CHANGING JOB PATTERNS AND WORKING RELATIONSHIPS, THE RISE IN SELF EMPLOYMENT, GREATER SUB-CONTRACTING, OUTSOURCING OF WORK, HOMEWORK AND THE INCREASING NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES WORKING AWAY FROM THEIR ESTABLISHMENT, POSE PROBLEMS OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH RISKS AT WORKPLACES. NEW SAFETY HAZARDS AND HEALTH RISKS HAVE APPEARED ALONG WITH THE TRANSFER AND ADOPTION OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES. ALONG WITH THIS, THE LACK OF HEALTH INSURANCE FOR WORKERS IN THE INFORMAL ECONOMY, POSE A DOUBLE BURDEN OF HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURE. THE PROGRAMME THEREFORE AIMS TO ADDRESS THESE ISSUES AND THE NEED FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION IN ORDER TO BOOST HUMAN CAPITAL AND PRODUCTIVITY. 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 IN THE AREA OF HEALTH PROTECTION AND SECURITY. OBJECTIVES €¢ TO PROVIDE AN OVERVIEW OF SOCIAL PROTECTION POLICIES THAT ARE CRITICAL IN REALIZING THE HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ALL, THEREBY BOOSTING HUMAN CAPITAL AND PRODUCTIVITY. €¢ TO DEVELOP INSIGHT ON THE EXISTING LEGAL INSTRUMENTS ON SOCIAL PROTECTION OF WORKERS AND OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (OSH) PROTECTION. €¢ TO ANALYSES TRENDS AND RECENT POLICIES ON HEALTH PROTECTION AND SECURITY. €¢ TO SHARE BEST PRACTICES OF COUNTRIES IN DEVELOPING OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY NETS IN THE CHANGING WORLD OF WORK WITH NEW FORMS OF WORKPLACE PRACTICES.
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