Videos

October 2017

  1. Video: What future for decent work in Europe and Central Asia

    02 October 2017

    From a Russian retiree supplementing his pension as a freelance taxi driver, to a Greek handball player re-trained as an office clerk in Germany and a new mother working from home in the UK, here are some of the experiences of people making their way through the world of work in Europe and Central Asia.

August 2017

  1. Effective communication during labour inspection visits

    31 August 2017

    Effective Communication Trainings during Labour Inspection visits were conducted in Cherkassy, Lviv, Odessa and Kherson from 19 till 30 June, 2017. During the trainings, labour inspectors worked out techniques of effective communication with employers and workers and adapted standard communication techniques to the work of labour inspectors. They discussed key benefits of official employment for employers, workers and government and also developed strategies of cooperation with state institutions within the LI visits. The total number of the participants of the trainings were 116, including 104 labour inspectors. The trainings were conducted to strengthen the Pilot LI Campaign, held within the outcomes 3 and 4 of the ILO Project “The effectiveness of the labour inspection system and of social dialogue mechanisms is strengthened”. The overall objective of the Project is to provide support to the Government’s reform of the labour inspection system to ensure effective labour law compliance. The project addresses institutional and legal needs on the level of national labour law compliance mechanisms, namely the State Labour Service.

January 2017

  1. Cutting the cycle of poverty and marginalization of Roma youth

    17 January 2017

    This video presents good practices and measures to reduce job discrimination and poverty among Roma youth. This video presents existing good practices, case studies and lessons learned, as well as ILO experiences as presented by a recently published Resource Guide with the objective to increase the inclusion of Roma young people in the labour market. The Resource Guide provides information on legal instruments and approaches to discrimination, social security and decent work, skills development and the school-to-work transition. It also highlights entrepreneurship promotion and the green economy, active labour market policies and employment services, as well as the role of social partners and social dialogue in tackling Roma youth unemployment.

February 2015

  1. Toward Human Resources Development in Albania

    12 February 2015

    A recently completed project introduced more effective and personalized employment services and new vocational training programmes in Albania. The IPA 2010 Project on Human Resources Development was funded by the European Union and implemented by the ILO between 1 January 2012 and 31 January 2015 in Albania.

June 2014

  1. ILC 2014: The situation of Migrant Workers in Hungary

    05 June 2014

    Migration is one of the topics of discussion at the 103rd International Labour Conference which is being held from 28 May to 12 June 2014 in Geneva. The following is an interview with Mr. György Károly, International Secretary of National Confederation of Hungarian Trade Unions (MSZOSZ) who expresses his views on the situation of migrant workers in Hungary.He also underlines his expectations from the ILO on Migration issue.

November 2012

  1. The ILO and the EU improving safety and health at work through a Decent Work Agenda (short version)

    30 November 2012

    The European Union and the ILO SAFEWORK programme have engaged in a joint project to improve safety and health at work in Honduras, Malawi, The Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, and Zambia. This video gives an overview of the successes reached in these countries, leading to safe and healthy, decent workplace for all.

  2. Improving Safety and Health at Work through a Decent Work Agenda

    26 November 2012

    The equivalent of four plane crashes each and every day. This is how many people go out to work each day and don't return home because they die in a workplace accident. Thousands more die of work-related diseases. But these accidents and illnesses are preventable. Coordinated action at national and enterprise level is improving workplace safety and health, as well as directly benefiting business productivity, cost-saving and competitiveness. The EU and the ILO's programme on Safety and Health at Work and the environment SafeWork have engaged in a joint project to improve safety and health at work in five countries across three regions of the world: Honduras, Malawi, The Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, and Zambia. The successes reached in these countries can be replicated around the world, leading to safe and healthy, decent workplaces for all.

March 2012

  1. From Waste To Green Jobs

    12 March 2012

    It is important to sensitise young Albanians to the employment opportunities that can arise in the green economy, so that they can also apply pressure on policy-makers to bring these issues to the fore in the policy agenda. The UN Joint Programme on Youth Employment and Migration has taken a group of youth from the neighborhood of Kombinat to Kep i Rodonit to see the disaster caused by the plastic waste accumulated on the beautiful shores of Albania. Supported by the Spanish Government, the Youth Employment and Migration Joint Programme was implemented by the ILO, IOM, UNICEF, and UNDP between 2008 and 2012.

August 2011

  1. Moldova: Code of Conduct to Eradicate the Worst Forms of Child Labour

    30 August 2011

    In Moldova, there has been success in fighting child labour in the country's vast agricultural sector. One key to that success is the employers' Code of Conduct to eradicate the worst forms of child labour, which was developed with assistance from the ILO. Moldova's employers are also investing in new technologies and in their communities, to ensure a more prosperous future without child labour.

  2. Moldova: Code of Conduct to eradicate the worst forms of child labour

    11 August 2011

    In Moldova, there has been success in fighting child labour in the country's vast agricultural sector. One key to that success is the employers' Code of Conduct to eradicate the worst forms of child labour, which was developed with assistance from the ILO. Moldova's employers are also investing in new technologies and in their communities, to ensure a more prosperous future without child labour.