ILO in the media


  1. NHK World

    ILO to draft treaty banning workplace harassment

    08 June 2018

    Member states of the International Labour Organization have agreed to draft a treaty banning workplace abuse and harassment for possible adoption next year. Delegates made the decision at the organization's annual International Labour Conference in Geneva.

  2. CNN Money

    Violence and harassment in the workplace on the agenda at the ILO

    29 May 2018

    ILO Director-General Guy Ryder discusses world of work issues with CNN Money Switzerland, including the future of work, rights at work, and an upcoming discussion at the ILO's International Labour Conference on violence and harassment in the workplace.

  3. AFP / 7NEWS

    Can a UN treaty help the #Metoo movement?

    09 May 2018

  4. The Irrawaddy

    Youth Safety and Health at Work: Early Education Equals Early Protection

    02 May 2018

  5. Talking Business, BBC World News

    Young workers at a higher risk of accident and injury at work, says ILO

    02 May 2018

    ILO occupational safety and health technical specialist, Dr. Manal Azzi discusses the findings of the 2018 World Day for Safety and Health at Work report with the BBC. The 2018 report highlights the increased safety and health risks specific to young workers aged 15 to 24.

  6. BBC News, Business

    Why do young workers have so many injuries?

    02 May 2018

  7. Business Matters, BBC World News

    Migrant workers more vulnerable to abuse in Thai fishing and seafood industry, says ILO

    07 March 2018

    An ILO project funded by the European Union assessed working conditions in the fishing and seafood industry in Thailand, a subject of intense global scrutiny over the last three years. The BBC World News show Business Matters interviews ILO senior programme officer, Jason Judd, about the project's findings.

  8. The Economist

    Why it’s hard to reduce informality in Latin America’s labour market

    15 February 2018

  9. The Economist

    Men and women in economics have different opinions

    15 February 2018

  10. CNN International

    How to end domestic worker abuse

    13 February 2018

    CNN speaks to ILO expert Claire Hobden about what needs to be done to end domestic worker abuse. "It boils down to the household. How are households going to respect domestic work and see it as dignified work?" she says.