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2 Day Training on Labor Laws of Nepal

Tuesday October 10

2 Day Training on Labor Laws of Nepal

ANTUF organized a training on Labor Laws of Nepal on 20-21 June, in Kathmandu in order to capacitate the front line members of ANTUF. Altogether 30 participants (20 male and 10 female) attended the training. In

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Training on Labour Standards

Sunday July 17

Training on Labour Standards

ANTUF conducted this training event in Kathmandu on 24-25 June. The training began with directives and guidelines given by senior ANTUF leaders to the participants in understanding the international labour standards in the context of Nepal.

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Training on Gender & Equality

Sunday July 17

Training on Gender & Equality

Training on Gender & Equality: This training was provided to 30 participants (20 male and 10 female) in Kathmandu on 28-29, Nov. Issues such as gender discrimination at workplaces including equal work, equal pay for women

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Every year about 05 million work force enters into labour market in Nepal but their employment security is hardly discussed in parliament The lack of implementation of existing labour laws,
anti-labour bureaucratic tendency and apathy of government, employers and political parties, have often complicated the working condition of thousands of workers in Nepal This further drives large mass of workers especially from informal economy into multi-faceted vulnerabilities ie exploitation, harassment and other work place injustices inflicted from discrimination in wage, lack of decent

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Cricketers cherish Lord’s experience

Nepali cricketers cherished a memorable 41-run victory over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) in a 50-over friendly game at the

Contractor resumes work on TIA project

Spanish contractor Constructora Sanjose has resumed work on the $75-million Asian Development Bank (ADB) funded Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA)

‘Kabali’ will have a record release in Kerala

Superstar Rajinikanth-starrer Tamil action drama “Kabali” will release on 306 screens in Kerala. According to a trade analyst, it’s

Machchhindranath’s chariot to be towed from July 26

The traditional ritual of pulling of the chariot of the Rato Machchhindranath deity is to begin in Lalitpur from