• To promote child protection in the context of child rights.
  • To protect and promote the rights of the migrant labourers.
  • To protect the rights of the women labourers.
  • To protect and promote environmental conservation and water sources.




Tirupur region is one of the country’s fast growing textile and garment industrial hub. 56% of India's total knitwear for export is produced by Tirupur region. There are some 7,000 registered and several unregistered garment units exists in the town, which provides employment opportunity to close to a million people both directly and indirectly. Sizeable section among workers is internal migrants from different districts of Tamil nadu and other Indian states we well. Besides adult workers, there are children below 18 years both boys and girls employed in the supply chain of the garment industry. The age group and face of internal migrant workers are becoming younger and younger over the past few years. This is the alarming trend found in this region.


To create labour friendly environment at Tirupur.


Promotion of labour supportive social and ecological environmental action in Tirupur region