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    The Delhi government wanted to constitute 27 town vending committees (TVCs). We asked them to constitute four TVCs because we don’t have so many leaders at the street vendors level. We want good leaders to emerge gradually, people who can influence the decision-making of municipal corporation. Despite our protest, they went ahead with 27 committees […]

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    FIFTH STREETNET INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS New Delhi, India, 4-6th October, 2016 5 Th STREETNET INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS was successfully organized where 109 delegates from 54 countries participated.After the welcome formality, 5 members Panelists discussed about present context of New Street Vendors (Protection of livelihood & Regulation of Street Vending Act, 2014) implementation. The Panel consisted of Simantha […]

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    No headway in vendors’ rehab plan
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    Via Times of India Months after it hurriedly notified the policy for rehabilitation of street vendors in the city, the AAP government is yet to start the process to identify vendors who will avail the benefit of the policy. The municipal corporations were supposed to form town vending committees (TVC), which would carry out a […]

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    Street vendors lay siege to MC office
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    Miffed with the municipal corporation over its recent anti-encroachment drive and delay in the implementation of the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014, a large number of street vendors laid siege to the civic body’s office on Thursday. Led by the local Rehri Owners’ Welfare Association, over 600 street […]

  • Delhi Government Scheme! NASVI Disappointed!
    Delhi Government Scheme! NASVI Disappointed!
    Posted in: Latest News, Street Vendors

    The national association of street vendors of India has shown severe discontent and disappointment, towards the new Model scheme formulated by the Government of Delhi, pertaining to the regulation and protection of the street vendors spread out throughout the city. This Bill has several provisions to protect livelihood, social security and human rights of more […]

  • Workshop on Social Protection for All
    Workshop on Social Protection for All
    Posted in: Activity, Campaigns, Latest News, News

    Workshop on Social Protection for All: Building the Floor for Unorganized Workers National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) with support from International Labour Organization (ILO) has initiated a process of bringing together organizations of unorganized workers and civil society of Odisha for exchange of information and promotion of social protection for all. On […]

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Analysing Trade Union Transformation
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Training Seminar “Analysing Trade Union Transformation and changing Industrial Relations through the Power Resources Approach” was organised by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) at Hotel Jaypee Vasant Continental, Vasant Vihar, Basant Lok, New Delhi on 4th October, 2017. Patrick Ruether, Head of FES India Office welcomed all guests. Mirko Herberg, Head of FES Global TU Programme, […]

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10th National Street Food Festival 14th to 16th December 2018
Posted in: Upcoming Events

Street vendors constitute an important segment of Indian cities as they provide goods and services at better costs and convenient places. Street vendors put in hard work to take care of their families. It is a good occupation for poor to learn entrepreneurship and move away from poverty. National Association of Street Vendors of India […]

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NASVI relief Lorry leaves for NEPAL
NASVI relief Lorry leaves for NEPAL
Posted in: RFP Asia

(Patna: 17th May 2015) – Lorry loaded with essential supplies for more than 131 families set off from Patna today on a two- day journey to Nepal. For the injured and other earthquake affected people in Nepal, NASVI in partnership with NIDAN and StreetNet international has sent one truck full of relief food material including […]

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