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Gram-Utthan celebrates International Labour Day

Labour Day Celebrations were jointly organised by SSSK, Gram-Utthan and the Kanika Nirman Sramik Sangha at Charapada.

At the celebrations, the importance of collectivisation and its benefits for unorganised sector workers were highlighted by Aswini Samal, Sarpancha at Charapada. Basanta Kumar Sahoo (PA, Migration) exhorted the district administrative officer of the labour department to make further provisions for unorganized sector workers, and ensure better implementation of government schemes.

Gram Utthan Labour DayGovind Chandra Nayak (Hon. Asst. Sec, GU) elaborated upon the importance of creating sustainable models for collectives. Mr.Somya Ranjan Kara (BoCW Administrative Department, Kendrapara) discussed the BoCW act, and the legal status of workers who fall under the provisions of this Act.


More SHRAMIC Labour Day Celebrations: 

PARDA Celebrates International Labour Day

Debadutta Club Celebrates International Labour Day

PEPUS Celebrates International Labour Day


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Established in 1990 for rural development, ‘Gram-Utthan‘ literally means ‘raising the village’. Its mission is to enable the poor and disadvantaged and bring about qualitative changes in their lives.

Radhika M. Chakraborty

Radhika M. Chakraborty

Radhika M Chakraborty has completed a degree in English Literature from Delhi University and a Master's degree in Women's Studies from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Her research interests include gender and migration, diasporas, Partition, internal displacement and Sindhi culture.
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