Institutional videos

December 2008

  1. Technical Cooperation: Working Together to Make Decent Work a Reality

    18 December 2008

    ILO TV reports from Moldova, Liberia, Brazil and Cambodia where the International Labour Organization is working with government, employers and workers to help make decent work a reality.

  2. Fair WIND for Safety in Kyrgyzstan

    17 December 2008

    An ILO occupational safety and health training program for farmers and other agricultural workers in Kyrgyzstan has become a starting point for a broader political process of social dialogue between workers, employers and government.

July 2008

  1. AREA: Fighting Unemployment in Argentina Through Local Economic Development

    11 July 2008

    In December 2001 Argentina was thrown into the worst financial crisis of its history. In response to the massive unemployment that ensued, the International Labour Organization, with funding from Italian Cooperation, is working with the Argentine government to adapt job training to meet the needs of emerging sectors, like Argentina’s tourism industry. (in Spanish)

April 2008

  1. Technical Cooperation at the ILO: Making Decent Work a Reality

    04 April 2008

    The International Labour Organization now conducts more than a 1,000 technical cooperation programs in over 80 countries with the help of some 60 donor institutions worldwide. By providing technical guidance on policy issues, and assistance in the design and implementation of development programs, ILO technical cooperation is helping to implement the Decent Work agenda at a national level, and make this concept a reality for all men and women.

March 2008

  1. A Banker for Sri Lankan Women: Rupa Manel Silva

    06 March 2008

    A new report from the International Labour Organization shows that economic empowerment for women is vital for equal participation of women and men in the labour market and equal access to obtaining decent work. In Sri Lanka, Rupa Manel Silva is leading the way with a bank run by women for women.

February 2008

  1. Introducing the Toolkit for Mainstreaming Employment and Decent Work

    27 February 2008

    What is the UN system doing to realize the goals of full and productive employment and decent work for all? ILO TV introduces the Toolkit, an innovative process to support agencies, national constituents and other development partners to work more effectively together to promote more and better jobs.

December 2007

  1. Nigetech: A way out of poverty

    12 December 2007

    In partnership with the European Commission and the ILO, Niger’s Ministry of Labour runs a vocational training programme called Nigetech, so far helping 30,000 people work their way out of poverty. Creating decent work opportunities benefits not only workers in Niger but their extended families as well. (Video in French only.)

  2. Promoting employment opportunities for persons with disabilities in Poland

    02 December 2007

    Like in other European countries, inactivity rates of Polish workers with disabilities tend to be much higher than that of other workers. While their share of the working age population in Poland is 10 per cent, their share in employment is only 3.8 per cent, says a new ILO report on the situation of disabled people in Poland.

November 2007

  1. Out of Informality - Ghana's Way to Decent Work

    27 November 2007

    Informal workers in Ghana are starting to see the benefits of more formal ways of working. With help from the ILO's Decent Work Pilot Project, people in Ajumako and Winneba, some of the poorest places in Ghana, are bringing about their own transition to Decent Work. Experts are sharing similar effective experiences this week at the “Interregional Symposium on the Informal Economy - Enabling transition to formalization”.

October 2007

  1. Burkina Faso: Protecting the Environment by Profiting from Garbage

    09 October 2007

    Burkina Faso’s first plastic recycling centre is paving the way for a new kind of development project. It provides a money earner to the poor while tackling environmental pollution. Local industry also benefits – the recycled plastic granules cost half the price of importing new plastic from abroad.