Tripartite Workshop on Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining for Sri Lanka, Nepal, the Maldives and Bangladesh 1-3 March 2010
1 - 3 March 2010
The ILO Colombo Office, jointly with the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITC-ILO) and the International Labour Office in Geneva are organizing the “Tripartite Workshop on Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining for Sri Lanka, Nepal, the Maldives and Bangladesh” (code A351808) to take place in Colombo, Sri Lanka, from 1st to 3rd March 2010.
1 - 3 March 2010
A three-day training workshop on Labour Inspection for Labour Inspectors and senior officials of the Ministry of Labour and Transport Management (MoLTM), Nepal was organized as part of the on-going Labour Market Governance Programme in Nepal. The course was to expose participants to the international experience and selected best practices to allow participants to analyze and discuss these experiences and improve both the labour inspectorate performance and their competences.
22 October 2009
The primary objective of the workshop was to help the Government formulate policy on employment generation and public investment. The workshop shared regional and national experiences of employment intensive public works programmes, discussed ILO research findings of "Karnali Employment Programme", and recommended strategies for the future employment programmes through infrastrucrtue development. The workshop was co-organized by ILO Kathmandu, National Planning Commission and World Bank.
14 - 16 October 2009
Informal economy is growing in Nepal especially due to the fact the formal sector is either stagnant or deteriorating by recent political change. The largest sector of informal economy in Nepal is agriculture with traditional employment relationship with so called feudal system. There are other sectors growing in urban areas particularly on home based activities ranging from domestic house works to ancillary activities for some big export items like woollen carpets, garments, mbroidery ande handicrafts. Construction is another sector of steady growth in big cities like Kathmandu and Biratnagar where most of the work takes place in informal employment relationship.
8 - 11 September 2009
The training is for ILO's constituents on skill of negotiation for resolving disputes at workplaces.
12 June 2009
The annual World Day Against Child Labour was marked by events in scores of countries around the world on 12 June amid growing concerns over the impact of the economic crisis on child labour, and in particular girls. For the World Day, the ILO will release a new report entitled "Give Girls a Chance: Tackling child labour, a key to the future," highlighting the exploitation of girls in child labour and warning that the crisis could force more girls out of education and into child labour.
25 - 29 February 2008
12 - 14 January 2005
International Labour Organization (ILO) in Co-operation with Four Major Trade Union National Centres (ANFTU, DECONT, GEFONT and NTUC) organized a half-day interaction program with political parties and press/media representatives to discuss about workers rights issue during up-coming constituent assembly election in Nepal.
12 - 14 January 2005
The conference, organized by His Majesty's Government, Ministry of Labor and Transport Management - Central Labor Advisory Committee with the objectives of getting recommendations for reforming policy and legal provisions, suitable to the present time context, necessary for revising labor and employment policy, present laws and institutional structure for promoting social dialogue among social partners and other stakeholders.
ILO Regional Workers' Consultation on the Role of Trade Unions Fighting Child Labour and Bonded Labour
3 - 6 March 2003
Asia-Pacific regional meeting of workers on the role of trade unions in the fight against child labour and bonded labour
South Asian Sub-regional Meeting on Competitiveness, Productivity and Job Quality in Garments Industry
25 - 26 September 2001
South Asian subregional meeting on competitiveness, productivity and job quality in the garment industry