Videos and Photos

2018

  1. Video

    Safe&Fair: Realizing women migrant workers' rights and opportunities in the ASEAN region

    13 July 2018

    As part of the EU-UN Spotlight Initiative to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls, a joint EU, ILO and UNWomen programme address women migrant workers’ vulnerabilities to violence, trafficking and labour exploitation.

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    Myanmar: ILO makes ginger farming safer and more productive

    29 June 2018

    In Myanmar’ Shan State, ginger represents an important means of livelihood for hundreds of farmers. Working long hours under the blazing sun, farmers seldom protect themselves from the risks the fields expose them to. To address the various health risks associated with agricultural practices and maximize cropping, the ILO Vision Zero Fund project is working with farmers and their communities to equip them with better information on occupational safety and health (OSH) and the safe use of agrochemicals.

  3. © ILO / Philip Staercke 2018

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    Myanmar: ILO makes ginger farming safer and more productive (LONG VERSION)

    28 June 2018

    In Myanmar’ Shan State, ginger represents an important means of livelihood for hundreds of farmers. Working long hours under the blazing sun, farmers seldom protect themselves from the risks the fields expose them to. To address the various health risks associated with agricultural practices and maximize cropping, the ILO Vision Zero Fund project is working with farmers and their communities to equip them with better information on occupational safety and health (OSH) and the safe use of agrochemicals.

  4. Voices from the world of work

    AUDIO: “The golden rule of freelancing, be open to learning”

    05 June 2018

    Thirty-year old Tamseel Hussain started working young. He preferred practical experience over textual learning. How does Hussain perceive the changing world of work as a freelancer? Hear the full podcast.

  5. Voices from the world of work

    VIDEO: “The golden rule of freelancing, be open to learning”

    05 June 2018

    Thirty-year old Tamseel Hussain started working young. He preferred practical experience over textual learning. How does Hussain perceive the changing world of work as a freelancer? Watch this video story

  6. Video

    Green competencies help Cambodian workers gain competitive edge

    30 May 2018

    By introducing green elements into the curriculum, the ILO has helped the students at vocational training institutions in Cambodia have better job opportunities.

  7. ILO Centenary

    ILO Centenary: Testimony of Felix Anthony (Fiji)

    24 May 2018

    What are the main contributions of the ILO to promote social justice around the world? For the celebration of the ILO's Centenary in 2019, Felix Anthony, National Secretary of Fiji Trades Union Congress (FTUC, Fiji) gives his testimony.

  8. Audio

    Interview of Pipit Savitri by RRI Pro 3 "Suara Perempuan Programme"

    19 May 2018

    The live radio interview conducted by RRI, a state-owned radio station, with Pipit Savitri, Communication and Partnership Officer of the ILO’s Better Work Indonesia programme about gender equality and gender empowerment at garment industry on 19 May 2018.

  9. Voices from the world of work

    AUDIO: “Everyone in my village has moved to the city for a job”

    04 May 2018

    Twenty-seven year old Kura is an unskilled migrant worker living in the city of New Delhi. He hails from a small village in Uttar Pradesh in India and talks about why he decided to leave his native place in search of a job. Hear his interview where he shares the hardships he’s faced as a migrant worker His only hope is that his children don’t face an uncertain future and that through education they are able to secure a decent job.

  10. Skills and future of work

    What skills are most needed for the future of work?

    20 April 2018

    The key is to have a solid literacy foundation and adaptability for ever changing labour market by practicing lifelong learning. On the other hand, skills providers should adopt industry-led approach to develop skills provision programmes. The government, employers’ and workers’ organizations should work together to address the challenges on the path to the future of work.