ILO in the media

2004

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    Uganda pregnant security guards

    11 February 2004

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    Cost Benefit Analysis of the Elimination of Child Labour

    05 February 2004

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    Investing in Every Child

    04 February 2004

    The ILO's report "Investing in Every Child" is the topic of a discussion with author Peter Dorman and others on the BBC World Service.

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    Investing in Every Child

    04 February 2004

    Frans Roselaers discusses the ILO/IPEC report "Investing in Every Child".

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    World Economic Forum, Davos

    23 January 2004

    CNBC Europe's business correspondent Simon Hobbs interviews ILO Director-General Juan Somavia during the World Economic Forum at Davos.

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    Global Employment Trends 2003

    23 January 2004

    The ILO's report "Global Employment Trends" is the lead story on the BBC-TV's premiere business program.

2003

  1. Video

    Russian mine rescue

    29 October 2003

    Norman Jennings, ILO mining expert, is interviewed on the BBC World TV program "Newshour" about the recent rescue of Russian miners. He discusses Russia's problems and progress in dealing with mine safety and discusses factors that might contribute to mining accidents in the region.

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    What is the future of Peru's Trade Unions?

    27 October 2003

    Trade Unions and the challenge of freedom of association in Latin America. Dr. Maria-Luz Vega explains to Radio RPP Lima why Trade Unions continue to play an ever important role in the country's economic and social development.

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    The world is getting more productive faster

    29 September 2003

    Author of the 3rd Annual Labour Market Report, Mr. Johnson appropriately discusses the global labour trends outlined in the ILO’s report on American Labour Day. He highlights the reasons for the acceleration in productivity in the US and looks at how one might approach improving the productivity and efficiency of individual sectors in Africa and Latin America.

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    As the economy moves forward jobs will be created

    26 September 2003

    This is the conclusion of the 3rd Annual Labour Market Report by the International Labour Office. Author of the report, Mr. Lawrence J. Johnson discusses the global labour trends and in particular how the inclusion of technology into the marketplace has enabled the US to improve its productivity. According to Mr. Johnson the question is not whether jobs will be created but how fast and how many.