The ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team and Country Office for India (DWT/CO-New Delhi) organizes and takes part in a number of events and meetings in the sub-region. Below is a list of upcoming and past events. Any queries should be sent to the office by email.
13 September 2018
A look at how the world of work is changing in India given onset of fourth industrial revolution
20 August 2018
Presentation of "The India Wage Report: Wage policies for decent work and inclusive growth". The report analyses wage trends in India, including wage gaps between different categories of workers, gender wage gaps, wages by sector and occupation, and trends in wage inequality.
20 - 22 August 2018
This course focuses on designing and implementing coherent and effective minimum wage policies.
1 June 2018
The Project Advisory Committee’s primary role is to provide strategic direction to the project and guide the implementation of activities and priorities.
29 May 2018
Consultation meeting organized by the ILO under the EU- India Cooperation and Dialogue on Migration and Mobility project.
2 - 4 May 2018
A national tripartite workshop on trends in occupational health was jointly organized by ILO, Directorate General of Factory Advice and Labour Institutes (DGFASLI).
30 April 2018
Review meeting to assess the long-term effectiveness of SCORE Training for corporates and vendors in their supply chains.
25 - 27 April 2018
This technical consultation brings together knowledge and experiences of national statistical offices in South Asia, research institutions, statistical experts, implementers of recruitment and migration cost surveys and the ILO to discuss ways of measuring recruitment costs that is borne by migrant workers.
23 - 27 April 2018
A new course on private sector development in fragile settings through value chains, targeted at the staff of the Office of the Chief Executive of the Government of Afghanistan, took place in New Delhi recently.
18 - 19 April 2018
The conference will bring together together representatives from trade unions, governments, academia as well as employers to discuss the developments that are driving the world of work in the future.