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Labour Day, International Workers Day (1 May)

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Plan Details

1st May is celebrated as Labour Day (International Workers’ Day or May Day) in more than 80 countries across the world. The day is marked with a public holiday and is dedicated to labourers and their achievements. May Day is celebrated to continue the struggle for improving the working conditions of labourers and higher wages.

The assembly provides an insight about the significance of Labour Day. The drama, ‘Without labour, nothing prospers’ throws lights on importance of labourers, grave situations during strikes, the exploitation of the adult workers, child labourers and women labourers and laws in India related to them are also focused upon. Medicine and food for labourers to ensure their health and well-being is an important part of the program.

The painstaking efforts of the labourers is the foundation of any nation’s progress, no matter how much ever the technology advances, we still need humans to operate them. Nothing can be done without human intervention. So, the program truly conveys the message, according to its title ‘Without labour, nothing prospers.’

This plan can be used by schools of any country. The schools can conduct it for a grade / few grades/ all the grades from Class 1 to 10.

The plan has a main manual illustrating the flow of the event along with the description of the scripts/ performances/ activities in detail and also includes all the necessary resources for the assembly. Activities involving videos, PPTs are not taken for this assembly as a projector facility may not be available in many school grounds.

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