• Slideshow Article 10

    Slideshow Article 10
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of wo...

  • Slideshow Article 9

    Slideshow Article 9
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of wo...

  • Slideshow Article 8

    Slideshow Article 8
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of wo...

  • Slideshow Article 7

    Slideshow Article 7
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of work...

  • Slideshow Article 6

    Slideshow Article 6
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of wo...

  • Slideshow Article 5

    Slideshow Article 5
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of wo...

  • Slideshow Article4

    Slideshow Article4
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of wo...

  • Slideshow Article3

    Slideshow Article3
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of wo...

  • Slideshow Article 2

    Slideshow Article 2
    Until 1959 there were no legal provisions defining the rights of the labours except a few provisions of wages in the 'MULUKI AIN (civil code)'. The first Labour Act was introduced in 1959 and followed till 1959 and Labour Rules 1959 indicated the provisions of 'safety nets for workers, hours of wo...

  • Slideshow Article 1
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Since 1937, the trade union movement in the world has experienced many difficulties while organizing workers democratically to realize their fundamental principles and rights at work and freeing workers from porters, coolies, bondage and slaves. Solidarity among the workers of the world is in its way. Inspired by the historical revolution of the workers of 1 May 1889, the trade union movement was initiated in Nepal in 1944. The trade union movement was geared up along with the movement for democracy in Nepal has also experienced many difficulties in the past and has come to the present situation. In this context, with the popular people's movement of 1990 and restoring democracy different trade unions were established and being operated for the promotion of the rights of workers in Nepal...
1.         Towards Labour issue: INDECONT is committed for the protection and promotion of workers rights, occupational and social security and dignity of the workers whether engaged in organized or unorganized sectors of economy throughout the country.INDECONT has full commitment for the or...
INDECONT has following objectives for the achievement of its vision and mission. To be active for the stability of federal democratic system and development as well as promotion of democratic values among workers, as it believes that only in democratic system workers have right to organize as wel...