New Delhi: The BRICS Employment Working Group’s initial two-day meet will start on July 27 in Hyderabad with spotlight on forming the plan for work and occupation in these developing economies.
“Initially regularly Meeting of BRICS Employment Working Group, (BEWG) which is basically a Senior Officers Level meeting between BRICS Countries to shape the motivation for Labor and Employment track in BRICS, has been booked to be hung on July 27-28, 2016 at Hyderabad,” a Labor Ministry proclamation said Monday.
As indicated by the announcement, Labor Minister Bandaru Dattaraya will likewise address the meet. The occasion will see sessions on ‘Conclusion of BRICS Employment Working Group’, presentation by ILO on ‘Occupation Generation for Inclusive Growth’, presentation by India on ‘Conceivable Social Security Agreements amongst BRICS Nations’ and exchange on ‘Draft BRICS Ministerial Declaration’.
The working gathering meet is a prelude to meeting of BRICS Labor and Employment Ministers under the Indian Presidency, planned to be hung on September 27-28, 2016 at Agra.
India has accepted the Presidency of BRICS in February, 2016.
Beginning basically with financial issues of shared interest, the motivation of BRICS gatherings has significantly enlarged throughout the years to envelop topical worldwide issues.
BRICS participation has two columns – conference on issues of shared enthusiasm through gatherings of Leaders and in addition of Ministers of Finance, Trade and Health, S&T, Education, Agriculture, Communication, Labor and so on. Also, handy participation in various territories through gatherings of Working Groups/Senior Officials.
Customary yearly Summits and in addition gatherings of Leaders on the edges of ILO, G20 Summits, and so forth. Are likewise held.
Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa constitute BRICS countries. These five noteworthy developing economies, containing 43 percent of the world populace, having 37 percent of the world GDP and 17 percent offer on the planet exchange. In this way, Seven BRICS Summits have occurred and the eighth BRICS Summit will be facilitated by India amid its Chairmanship in 2016.