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India, the world’s largest democracy, a nation of a teeming billion, a land blessed with young vibrant human resource and an emerging global contender, is a nation labelled as “Shining”, because of its growing GDP and growth rate. But what is failed to be understood by the larger society is that the rising GDP figures of the Indian economy are certainly not the sole contributions of multi national companies and corporate sector. The real nation builders are the 433 million workers belonging to the unorganised sector.



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ABOUT NCL

National Centre for Labour (NCL) is an organisation dedicated to articulate the hopes, aspirations and demands of the most exploited, marginalised sections of India’s working population. Formed in the year 1995, NCL, is an apex body of independent labour organisations working in the unorganised sector in India. With a membership of about a million workers from 10 states, it represents the interests of the Construction workers, Agricultural workers, Contract workers, Forest workers, Anganwadi workers, Hamalies (loading and unloading workers), Domestic workers, Cobblers, Marble and Granite workers, Tiny and Small Scale Industries workers etc.  More...

NEWS & EVENTS

 
 
Concept of Social Security

The onslaught of globalisation and privatisation have pushed to the background the concern for human welfare and the role of the State in promoting welfare . The apologists for the private sector and the market economy have been ridiculing welfarism as outmoded and are advocating the dismantling of the welfare system Indeed there is an on going debate all over the world about the crisis of the welfare state which is said to be in liquidation or in retreat. This subject ranks high on the political agenda in many countries. But there has been no fundamental change in the welfare system in any country except perhaps the former socialist countries. Some adjustments have been made in the welfare schemes. To tide over immediate financial difficulties but the welfare system as such exists and there is reason to believe that it will continue to exist.

At the General Assembly of the International Social Security Association, an association of social security institutions, held in 1992, it was notedMore...

   
 
 

Affiliates across India observes 10th December 2011 Human Rights Day as Unorganised Workers
Demands Day

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