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SCOPE and ILO to undertake a joint study on women empowerment

SCOPE has signed an MoU with ILO for a joint study on “Women Empowerment - Adoption of Work from Home Model”

SCOPE and ILO to undertake a joint study on women empowerment
SCOPE and ILO to undertake a joint study on women empowerment

New Delhi: Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE), an apex body of Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) and International Labour Organization (ILO), a tripartite U.N. agency signed an understanding for a Joint Study on “Women Empowerment - Adoption of Work from Home Model.”  SCOPE’s Director General Atul Sobti and Dagamer Walter, Director, ILO Decent Work Team for South Asia and Country Office for India signed the understanding virtually.

The key objective of the study is to analyze and train women in Public Sector in order to empower them and motivate them to aspire to positions of leadership and management by addressing challenges faced by them at work. The study succeeds an earlier study of SCOPE and ILO whereby a team of a network of champions was developed to train women in the public sector on different aspects.

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