Around the globe May 1st holds immense importance to mark the legacy of those workers who stood for their rights. The Labor Day, as it is called, is a day where workers increasingly put forward their miseries and unravel the conditions that they face. YEF took on a different initiative for the day.
As young economist we strive to turn the spotlight on those who are neglected and are yet so special. So, YEF invited officials from government’s labor department and other NGOs working for labor rights. YEF invited children from Falah Foundation whose outstanding performances did not only steal the show but also stole the hearts of an ecstatic crowd.
The purpose of the event was to highlight and showcase the challenges that a niche in the labor market faces. Simultaneously, the talents of the special people needed to be highlighted so they can also work well in the productive labor force. This successful event was small but a formidable step in making the world believe that by including and training such labor, our GDP can flourish and these people can enjoy better standard of living.
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- Fouzia Awan, Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Presented a Research Paper in ‘2016 Asia-Pacific Conference on Economics & Finance’ at East Asia Institute of Management Campus, SINGAPORE
- Mohammad Hassaan Bin Zafar student of BS Economics, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, presented a research paper in International Conference
- Bilala Muhammad Yaseen, Lecturer, Faculty of Arts and Social Aciences, has participated in International Conference in UK
- Dr. Kashif Munir, Associate Professor, Faulty of Arts and Social Sciences participated in the MOSCOW Summer Academy on Economic Growth and Governance of Natural Resources
- Fouzia Awan, Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, presented her research paper in International Academy of Business and Economics, IABE-2015 Winter conference, in Orlando, Florida, USA.
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