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Archives of Indian Labour
URL:http://www.indialabourarchives.org/
Organisation:V.V.Giri National Labour Institute
Address:Vindhyachal Marg Post Box. No. 68, Sector 24, Noida- 201301, Uttar Pradesh
Country:India
Location:Latitude: 28.589200 & Longitude: 77.349000, Google Map
Tel.:0120-2411533/34-38
Fax:0120-2411536
Description:This is an archived collection of documents and histories of Indian Labour. The Archives of Indian Labour was constituted with the long-term objective to act as a specialised repository of records and voices of the workers which contains textual, visual and transcripts of oral records on labour in India. The interface is in English.
Type:Institutional - Operational
Size:42845 items (2014-01-20)
Established:1998
Software:HTML
Subjects:Geography and Regional Studies; History and Archaeology; Social Sciences General; Law and Politics
Content:Unpublished; Books; Multimedia; Special
Languages:English; Tamil
Remarks:Connection to this site can be irregular.
OpenDOAR ID:2950, Last reviewed: 2014-01-20, Suggest an update for this record - Missing data is needed for: OAI-PMH
Link to this record: http://opendoar.org/id/2950/
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