ILO in the media

2003

  1. Video

    IHT report on work fatigue

    24 April 2003

    It's time to pay attention to how much sleep you are getting. Overtired workers are costing the economy billions.

  2. Video

    World Economic Forum in Davos

    27 January 2003

    A new study paints a bleak picture of the economic and social impact of HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. Not only is the epidemic far more severe than previously thought, but it will seriously undermine the development prospects of affected countries. At risk is Africa's "human capital". This report examines the extent of the crisis, and what can be done about it.

  3. Video

    New ILO Report on Global Employment Trends 2003

    24 January 2003

    Claire Harasty, author of the ILO Global Employment Trends, speaks about the findings of the report on the BBC World Service radio program "Newshour".

2002

  1. Video

    Real Madrid joins ILO's Red Card To Child Labour campaign

    18 December 2002

    The Real Madrid football club and the International Labour Organization (ILO) have teamed up to raise a "red card" to the child labour.

  2. Video

    Asian Regional Conference

    22 October 2002

    The ILO's Asian Regional Conference presents its 5-year state-of-the-region assessment.

  3. Video

    Small scale mines

    22 October 2002

    Small scale miners work in disastrous conditions, with a fatality rate 90 per cent higher than in industrialized countries. ILO TV reports from a small scale mine in Bolivia.

  4. Video

    Surgical instruments

    22 October 2002

    12-year old Asif is one of the 179 million children caught in the worst forms of child labour. Along with other child labourers in Pakistan, Asif now attends non-formal education in a Centre that was established with the help of the ILO.

  5. Video

    Child Trafficking in Thailand

    10 April 2002

    A theatre project in Thailand is one of the more unique tools being used to stop the trafficking of children for exploitive purposes. An ILO TV report from Chang Rai.

  6. Video

    Forced Labour in Brazil

    10 April 2002

    A special mobile unit set up by the Brazilian Ministry of Labour has freed hundreds of men and women held captive and forced to work in remote parts of the country.

  7. Video

    Substandard Working Conditions in the Maritime Industry

    10 April 2002

    Conditions of work onboard ships often take a backseat to technical standards, to the detriment of the crew and the shipping industry as a whole.