KARACHI, Aug 31: The National Institute of Labour Administration Training is organizing a two-week special training course on ‘Family Reconciliation & Labour Welfare Laws’ in collaboration with the Family Security Council from Sept 2 to 16.

The objectives of the course are: to create awareness among participants about family laws, to improve skills of participants to become capable of resolving family conflicts through negotiation and reconciliation, avoiding litigation, and to seek suggestions from participants to formulate recommendations to extend the scope of the subject.

Nazim of Saddar Town, will be chief guest at the inaugural ceremony of the course, and Syed Hakim Ali Shah Bukhari, director, NILAT, will preside.—PPI

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