DAO, Ktm Redg. No. 386/073
PAN No. 605503975
SWC Affiliation No. 44709
Email:  info@f-law.org

Mission & Vision


To Promote the Migration & Development of Labour through labour welfare centers by undertaking educational recreational, quality of life improvement, capacity building & personality development programs. Besides Empowering working classes in Nepal in particular, to secure justice and access to opportunities to improve their standard of living and working environment through the process of making their contribution to growth and welfare for all, eventually leading to 'decent work' for all in changing socio-economic context and globally competitive environment in economy and the society.


Work to ensure greater and meaningful participation of the stakeholders - trade unions, employers, Government of Nepal, other state and national level organizations, International Labour Organization (ILO), and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), in Institute's activities and seek their support including financial support to achieve the objectives of F-LaW.

Work closely with the Ministry of of Labour and Employment, its Department, Foreign Employment Promotion Board and several other Departments and Agencies who are dealing with labour, employment generation, income raising and diversifying activities, and with ILO, UNICEF, at international level.

Work for and enter into collaborative arrangements in respect of studies, training programs and seminars with similar institutions and experts in Nepal and abroad.

Manage number of quality training programs and courses (including short as well as long duration) in areas of industrial safety and occupational health, human resource management, and labour relations. The Institute shall endeavor to introduce new training programs on the basis of systematic identification of needs.

Network with social partners and other concerned institutions and agencies so as to fulfill the role of training of trainer.

By instituting awards for establishments / companies / organizations signifying the best practices in respect of industrial relations, productivity, working environment including safety and health and profitability. This award will be given jointly to the employer and the labour. The decisions on activities to be under taken by the institute will be based on direct and indirect consultative process within F-LaW, GoN and others.