01 May 2002
Will child labour ever be eliminated? The ILO follows the lives of two child labourers a boy producing surgical instruments in Pakistan and a girl working on Kenyan farms to find out. While the elimination of child labour in the manufacturing sector seems possible, in sub Saharan Africa, AIDS has become an enormous threat to this effort. Full-length duration: 26 minutes.
01 January 2002
Human trafficking is a problem that touches just about every country in the world. Women and children, shipped out of their own country for the purposes of slavery and sexual exploitation; what are the circumstances that lead them to this plight? What are the prospects for their future? Full-length duration: 29 minutes.
01 September 2000
Few nations are willing to accept the dirty and dangerous work of dismantling a ship by hand. It is one of the world's most unregulated and hazardous industries, leaving a trail of debris, disability and death in its wake. At the same time, it is an industry that supplies much needed income to Bangladeshi workers who have few decent alternatives. Full-length duration: 23 minutes.
01 May 2000
Everyday millions of people around the world are forced to labour under inhumane conditions with the threat of violence or abuse. This documentary examines specific examples of the global phenomenon of forced labour such as slavery, bonded labour, human trafficking and coercive recruitment and the socio economic conditions that allow it to persist. Full-length duration: 30 minutes.
01 September 1999
In the past few decades an unprecedented number of women have joined an increasingly mobile and non traditional workforce. Four women (from the Philippines, Mozambique, and the Dominican Republic) show how, in their own way, they are trying to put dignity and equality back on track for women at work.
01 June 1999
This is an exposé of some of the world’s most deadly professions (mining and agriculture) and hazards of the workplace (factory fires). It shows conditions of labour unchanged over hundreds of years and the victims of these conditions under pressure to produce in an increasingly competitive and global economy.