Seminar on Labour Laws and Globalisation at XLRI

Published: 06th October 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th October 2014 12:29 AM   |  A+A-


XLRI - Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur, in collaboration with International Labour Organisation — Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ACTRAV) organised the first ever seminar on ‘Labour Law and Governance Reforms and Labour Rights in India in the Era of Globalisation’ on September 29. The seminar witnessed Trade Union Representatives, Representatives from International Labour Organisation (ILO), academicians and students debate and discuss upon diverse perspectives related to labour issues and rights. Central trade union leaders from the Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC), Bhartaya Majdoor Sangh (BMS), Centre of Indian Trade Unions, Hind Mazdoor Sabha and All India Trade Union Congress were also present at the event. Some of the eminent guests at the seminar were Raghwan, Asia Pacific Desk Officer, ILO ACTRAV, Bureau for Workers’ Activities, Geneva; Professor Dev Nathan, the Institute for Human Development, New Delhi;  Pravin Sinha, Indian Industrial Relations Associations; Professor Praveen Kumar Jha from Centre for Informal Ssector and Labour, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi; Trade Union representatives, Chandrashekhar Prakash Singh and Shyam Sundar Sharma; Ramapriya Gopalkrishnan advocate from Madras and an ILO Consultant Madras High Court, Christine Nathan, a former ILO ACTRAV official and currently an ILO Consultant.


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