Welcome to PILER

The Pakistan Institute of Labour Education & Research (PILER) was founded on 1 May 1982 by a group of concerned individuals from the trade union movement, academia and various other professions. PILER is registered as a ‘not for profit’ company under Section 42 of the Companies Ordinance. Earlier it was registered under the Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration and Control) Ordinance 1961.

In 1988, PILER established a formally designed research and training programme with regular workshops, courses and advocacy activities.

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Recent Events

Rasheed Razvi Centre for Constitional and Human Rights

Labour leaders welcome release of Indian fishermen; demand India to reciprocate gesture KARACHI, Dec. 24: Labour leaders, civil society and human rights activists on Saturday welcomed the Pakistani government’s decision to release 439 Indian fishermen

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RCCHR

Rasheed Razvi Centre for Constitional and Human Rights

Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER) has been at the forefront for the enforcement of the constitutional and human rights of the people of Pakistan. For the purpose of the enforcement of such rights, PILER has used three mechanisms.

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