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.

2011

  1. Decent Work Forum No. 56 - POTENTIAL OF A SOCIAL INCOME APPROACH: Evidence from India

    2 November 2011

  2. Working meeting to review draft outcomes of study on National Council for Vocational Training

    1 November 2011

    To receive inputs from stakeholders on suggestions to restructure the National Council for Vocational Training, Government of India.

  3. National tripartite workshop on Maritime Labour Convention 2006

    19 - 21 October 2011

    (a) to further enhance the understanding of the various Articles of the MLC amongst the stakeholders; (b) to share the Gap Analysis prepared by the Directorate-General Of Shipping with the participants and (c) to share the progress on ratification and determine its way forward.

  4. Training Course on Global Product "Strengthening the Tripartite Goverance of National Social Security and Social Protection Systems"

    13 - 14 October 2011

    The training is to inform and update ILO’s constituents on the latest developments on social security as well as social protection.

  5. Training of trainers and enterprises on SCoRE Module 1 - Workplace Cooperation

    10 - 20 October 2011

    The purpose of the TOT is to provide a combination of class-room training and on-site coaching on SCoRE Methodology.

  6. National Convention on Corporate Social Responsibility on HIV/AIDS in the World of Work

    29 September 2011

    The convention will enable the ILO constituents to share experiences, challenges and best practices in designing effective HIV and AIDS response in the world of work.

  7. Work Improvements in Small Enterprises (WISE) - Final Workshop

    23 September 2011

    An opportunity for the trainers who participated in the TOT to share their experiences in training of enterprises; for the entrepreneurs/enterprises who participated in the training to share the improvements made by them after the training and its impact at the workplace.

  8. Second Meeting of the National Skills and TVET Data Working Group

    21 September 2011

    Second meeting of Working Group, chaired by MOLE, to guide the process of ILO-initiated study to review current sources and availability of skills development data and develop a proposal for a more coherent data system.

  9. National Workshop on Skills Development for Employers Organizations

    31 August - 1 September 2011

    The shortage of skills in India is recognized as one of the key obstacles not only for broad-based employment growth but for sustaining employment-intensive industry growth in priority sectors as well. The 11th 5 Year Plan identifies the link between labour-intensive growth and the expansion of skills in the labour market and recognises skills and knowledge as driving forces of economic growth and social development with a goal of skilling 500 million by 2022. This is also considered necessary to ensure that India's demographic profile is used as an advantage. The upcoming 12th 5-Year Plan also places significant priority on skills development and faster generation of employment.

  10. Training on Direct Beneficiary Monitoring and Reporting System

    29 July 2011

    The direct beneficiary monitoring and reporting system (DBMR) system aims to track the situation of direct beneficiaries – their educational and work status information, their progress, to show how their situation evolves from child labour to non-child labour.