Events and meetings

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.


  1. Accessing medical benefits Under ESI Scheme: A demand-side perspective

    18 April 2022

    The ESIS project is organizing an event on the 18 April, for the report launch and panel discussion.

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    Orientation Workshop for the participating enterprises of Indian Tea Association

    4 - 5 April 2022

    The project, Safety + Health for all plantation workers in South Asia - India Component is collaborating with the Indian Tea Association (ITA) to promote Safety and Health for all plantation workers in the small and big estates of the members of Indian Tea Association in Assam. The ILO is starting this collaboration by conducting an Orientation Workshop for the participating enterprises of Indian Tea Association on 4-5 April 2022, virtually.

  3. Unpacking concepts of freedom and unfreedom in the world of work

    25 March 2022

    A series of special lectures and panel discussions presented by Work in Freedom programme.

  4. International Women’s Day 2022: Investing in care for all

    8 March 2022

    The ILO celebrates this year’s International Women’s Day by advocating for large-scale investments in a package of transformative care leave and services that benefit workers, children, families, businesses, societies and the planet.

  5. Knowledge building on productivity management in garments sector and sustainable integration in global supply chain

    4 March 2022

    Knowledge building workshop in collaboration with State Government of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh to promote learning among apparel manufacturers in the two states about some practical and low-cost tips from lead buyers, Apparel Export Promotion Council and ILO to enhance productivity and align business practises to international standards

  6. Three Country OSH Training Workshop for Plantation Sector - Introduction and Application of Training Methodologies

    22 - 24 February 2022

    The workshop will introduce application methodologies such as Work Improvement in Neighbourhood Development (WIND) and Work Improvement in Small Enterprises (WISE) for the sector.

  7. Consultative meeting with the Small Tea Growers on Promoting Occupational Safety and Health in the Workplace

    18 February 2022

    The project "Safety + Health for all plantation workers in South Asia: India Component" organized a meeting with the Employers and Membership Based Organizations (EMBOs) on 23 July 2021. As a follow up, a consultative meeting is planned with the small tea growers associations of Assam on 18 February 2022 (virtually) to promote occupational health and safety for the tea plantation workers in the small holdings of the state and to discuss the way forward in collaboration with the project of ILO.

  8. Panel discussion and report launch: Digital innovations in social health protection for India

    17 February 2022

    The ILO project “Technical support to ESIS for improving and expanding access to health care services in India – A transition to formality” supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), is organizing a panel discussion to launch its report on “Digital innovations in Social Health Protection for India”.

  9. First technical meeting on South Asia qualifications referencing framework convened

    15 - 16 February 2022

  10. Policy Dialogue on 'Building a market responsive, resilient, and inclusive MSME ecosystem for job rich and sustainable growth'

    28 January 2022

    Policy dialogue to share support knowledge building of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha in designing of evidence-based policy initiatives for catalysing sector-led growth by sharing efforts made by Bangladesh, Indonesia, Vietnam, and South Korea, in transforming to market-based economy and transitioning from agrarian to global manufacturing hubs.