Agenda - National Capacity Building and Planning Workshop for stakeholders working with home based workers and informal workers in Supply Chains: Nepal

The two-day workshop was aimed to build capacity, create a common understanding and concertize possible actions on the issue of home workers, home-based workers, and other workers in the informal economy, who are part of global supply chains.

Agenda | Nepal | 25 November 2019
This is a detailed agenda of the National Capacity Building Workshop conducted on 2-3 October 2018 for promoting decent work for home workers and other workers engaged in lower tiers of the global supply chain actors.

The workshop design was formulated based on the need assessment done through meeting/ interactions with the key stakeholders. Such needs included, clarity on the difference between home workers, home-based workers and domestic workers. It also brought clarity on the scope of Convention 177 on home workers; understanding labour rights and key decent work deficits for workers in the lower tiers of the global supply chains; organizing and unionizing workers in lower tiers of global supply chains working in informal the economy; and need for joint platform for advocacy and with joint action plan.