Following Bihar and Odhisa, the state of Karnataka and Himachal Pradesh has also promoted their moves in the implementation of the Central Law for Street Vendors by drafting the schemes under Section 38 of the Act. The schemes formulated have been forwarded to the government to get it executed at the earliest for effective implementation […]
PROGRESS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STREET VENDORS (PROTECTION OF LIVELIHOOD AND REGULATION OF STREET VENDING) ACT, 2014 On 1st May 2014 through gazette notification the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act 2014 came into force. In Ludhiana (Punjab), the Town Vending Committee (TVC) has been constituted. Also the […]
On the basis of the new act the Street Vendors (Protection and Regulations of Street Vending) Act, 2014, National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) is very proud to share that the problems of street vendors has begun to be sorted out. There are incidences from various parts of the country where the problems of street vendors cropped up. However, with the new act […]
NASVI Welcomes this ACT says has potential to change the face of Indian Cities NASVI welcomed the historic Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act 2014 which came into force on May 1st. This is first of its kind in the world and in human history. A ground-breaking Street Vendors (Protection […]
Post- Enactment of Street Vendors’ Livelihood Protection Act NASVI raises the issues of street vendors’ rights abuse with Ministry of Home Affairs NASVI delegation meets Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and Union Home Minister SK Shinde Ministry of Home Affairs convenes meeting of NASVI representatives, key police officials and municipal bodies executives on 19 March […]
Arvind Kejriwal comes out in full support of street vendors’ rights movement No street vendor would be evicted in Delhi and extortionist police and municipal officials would be put in jail, Delhi CM announces “I would write to the Police Commissioner and Commissioners and Mayors of Municipal Bodies to ensure compliance of Supreme Court order […]
NASVI strongly protests the 11 September anti-vendor order given by the special secretary of the urban development department of Uttar Pradesh government and demands immediate withdrawal of the order. The order directs district magistrates to ensure eviction of street vendors. Describing the order as ‘contempt of the 9 September Supreme Court order which mandate no […]
Development politics aiming to empower working poor must take center stage in India Eminent jurists, administrators, labour experts and development activists on 30 September in Patna averred that the development politics aiming to empower the working poor needs to take center stage in India. They maintained that the success of any policy or law depend […]
Released at Press Conference in Delhi on 3 November, 2012 Street Vendors Bill goes to Standing Committee NASVI says Bill has major shortcomings and launches campaign for inclusive and effective central law Points of Amendments submitted to Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, National Advisory Council and Standing Committee Chairperson NASVI delegation would meet […]
The entire country is facing severe threats of the 2nd wave of pandemic COVID-19. We need drastic and timely measures that are commensurate with the scale of the crisis to survive the current Coronavirus. These measures must protect our people, in particular the most vulnerable – including the elderly, the sick and the poor.
Economic and social challenges and drastic consequences of the 2nd wave of COVID-19 pandemic on the informal sector workers such as Safai Sathis, waste picker workers, domestic workers, daily wage workers, construction workers, street vendors, auto rickshaw workers, home based workers etc have much more adverse effect.
Land dispute and lack of govt nod delays vending zone construction The incessant rains since the last seven days has exposed the failure of the Dhanbad Municipal Corporation in developing vending zones for more than 10 thousand street vendors as they are rather driven away from one place to other in the name of anti […]
In the second wave of Covid-19, the State Government has Provided some Major Services which is important to Know. Therefore, NASVI is organizing a virtual meeting on this issue. Topic: Knowledge and Access to Covid-19 ServicesJune 12, 2021 (Saturday) @12:00 noon Please click the link below to join the webinar:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83889977554 | https://facebook.com/nasviindia
The exit from Streetnet of certain member organizations, and the negative impulses that comefrom other affiliated organizations regarding the way of governing in Streetnet, has led NASVI (INDIA), UPTA(SPAIN) and SIVARA (ARGENTINA) to constitute a new organization representingself-employed workers, inside and outside the informal economy. This new organization, called Self Workers Global, has statutes of […]