Videos

  1. ILO is transforming lives through the response to HIV and AIDS

    May 2016

    Poverty, gender inequality and social exclusion continue to pose major challenges to HIV prevention efforts. Between 2011 and 2016, the ILO, in partnership with Sida, implemented an innovative economic empowerment programme amongst hard-to -reach populations in transport corridors and vulnerable communities in Southern and East Africa, with the aim of reducing their vulnerability to the HIV epidemic.

  2. "End Aids-related discrimination at work" - Sharon Stone

    December 2015

    To mark World Aids Day, 2015, Actress Sharon Stone voices the true story of Oleysa, discriminated against in her workplace because she is HIV positive.

  3. Imbalances in Justice

    July 2015

    This animation video, developed by the ILO and the Women's Network Against AIDS-China highlights the HIV-related discrimination in healthcare settings. Presenting the experiences of people living with HIV in China, particularly in the health care setting, as well as health care workers who became infected due to occupational exposure, the video aims to advocate for eliminating HIV- related discrimination.

    Duration: 10 minutes
    Language: Chinese with subtitles in English

  4. Olympic Gold Medallist Greg Louganis marks World AIDS Day 2014

    December 2014

    Olympic diver Greg Louganis shows his support for the ILO's work to end HIV-related discrimination in the workplace and to promote early testing and treatment.

  5. India: I chose to live

    December 2014

    Actress Kavi Ladnier shares the story of Seema who only learned about the importance of early HIV testing when her son became gravely ill. People living with HIV often face stigma and discrimination at work and in their everyday lives. Many of those affected are not able to tell their own stories.

  6. Zimbabwe: Fighting for her life and her job

    December 2014

    Forced to reveal her HIV status at work, Gloria’s story – as told by actress Ratidzo Mambo - is one of courage.

  7. A new life alone

    December 2014

    Actor Junes Zahdi introduces Khaled who stands to lose the only place he’s ever called home because of his HIV status.

  8. ILO joins Huff Post Live on World AIDS Day

    December 2014

  9. Pablo Aguilera on closing the HIV testing gap

    December 2014

  10. The Earlier, The Better

    December 2014

    India - This short video highlights the benefits of knowing your HIV status earlier. The video captures testimonies of some PLHIV. It brings out the importance of early diagnosis of HIV and how early diagnosis is critical for ensuring healthy and productive life.

  11. HIV and YOU

    December 2014

    India - This short video is based on the real life testimonies from working people. People from different age, gender, and educational and social backgrounds are asked questions about HIV and AIDS, testing and treatment services. The impromptu responses of people were taken to highlight the need of raising awareness.

  12. Test Drive

    December 2014

    India - This video has two protagonists, one is a truck driver, and second is an executive. Both of them have been exposed to the risk of HIV. The video addresses the issues around HIV testing.

  13. VCT@WORK reaching 5 million workers by 2015: a rights-based approach

    24 July 2014

    On 24 July, Alice Ouédraogo (ILOAIDS) presented "VCT@WORK reaching 5 million workers by 2015: a rights-based approach" at the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne.

  14. Videos on ILO's participation at AIDS 2014

    25 July 2014

  15. Video messages of the International Labour Conferences in 2013 & 2014 and ICASA 2013 supporting the campaign!

    16 June 2014

  16. Economic Empowerment programmes to reduce HIV vulnerability along Zimbabwe transport corridors

    November 2013

    The documentary captures the initiatives targeting vulnerable populations along the Beitbridge corridor in Zimbabwe to reduce HIV vulnerability through economic empowerment.

  17. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    WAD event 2013 and dance performance by the "Compagnie Donsen"

    29 November 2013

    On Friday 29 November, ILO officials gathered at ILO headquarters to commemorate World AIDS Day 2013. The event included a human red ribbon, the launch of the report on "The impact of employment on HIV treatment adherence" and a contemporary African dance performance by the Compagnie Donsen. The choreography, specially prepared for the event, delivered key messages on the importance of knowing our HIV status and not discriminating against people living with HIV at the workplace.

  18. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    SAND ART VCT@WORK

    16 November 2013

    VCT@WORK was launched on 15 November 2013 by the ILO, Thai red cross, UNAIDS and Thailand Business Coalition on Aids. Voluntary HIV testing and Counseling (VCT) programme aims to significantly reduce HIV infection in Thailand.

  19. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    HIV related discrimination through HIV and AIDS workplace policies in South Africa

    10 July 2013

    Stigma and discrimination play significant roles in the development and maintenance of the HIV epidemic in South Africa. People living with HIV and AIDS experience stigma and discrimination on an ongoing basis, and the workplace is not immune to it. Inspired by a true case brought to the court in South Africa, which addressed employment-related discrimination, this video provides an overview of the law and policy framework in the country, the existing challenges and the new opportunities of effective protection through the revised Code on HIV and AIDS and Employment and the implementation guidelines adopted by the Department of Labour.

  20. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    Reaching workers in the formal and informal mining settings of Senegal

    10 July 2013

    A number of factors combine to make the mining industry, the people who work in this sector and the surrounding communities, particularly vulnerable to HIV infection. In many countries the mining sector tends to report higher than average HIV prevalence levels. This video presents the ILO's HIV work in reaching formal and informal workers in the mining sector in Kédougou, Senegal.

  21. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    Watch video messages of delegates to the 102nd International Labour Conference supporting the "Getting to Zero at Work" campaign!

    July 2013

    The ILO Director-General has launched the "Getting to Zero at work" campaign to highlight the significant contribution of the world of work in response to HIV. As a co-sponsor of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), the ILO contributes to the UNAIDS vision of "Zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS-related deaths."

  22. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    Getting to Zero at Work: voices of governments, employers and workers

    July 2013

    This video is a collection of short messages from Ministers of Labour, governments, employers' and workers' organizations officials in support to the " campaign. The messages were recorded at the occasion of the 102nd International Labour Conference in Geneva in June 2013.

  23. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    Has the Countdown to Zero begun at your Workplace?

    21 June 2013

    This advocacy video which has been developed under the Getting to Zero at work Campaign in India by the Ministry of Labour, National AIDS Control Organization and the ILO, calls for enhanced action to end discrimination associated with HIV and AIDS and implementation of the National Policy on HIV and AIDS and the world of work in India. The video builds on the Indian success story of reduction of new HIV infections and includes messages from people living with HIV to the need to end discrimination at work as a prerequisite to allow people to seek services, particularly voluntary counselling and testing.

  24. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    VCT@WORK: ILO and UNAIDS launch campaign to encourage voluntary HIV testing

    10 June 2013

    ILO Director-General and UNAIDS Executive Director launch new programme on voluntary and confidential HIV counselling and testing to reach 5 million workers world-wide.

  25. From truck driver to truck driver - Teaching about HIV in Paraguay

    3 April 2013

  26. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    HIV Prevention: the workplace plays a key role in the promotion of male circumcision in Swaziland

    13 March 2013

  27. UN heads of agencies launch the "Getting to Zero at Work" campaign

    1 December 2012

    Heads and representatives of UN agencies have launched a campaign to promote the rights of people living with HIV, recognizing the vital role that the workplace plays in the global struggle to limit the spread and effects of the epidemic.

  28. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    Economic empowerment and HIV Vulnerability Reduction along Transport Corridors in Southern Africa

    1 November 2012

    The documentary captures the initiatives targeting vulnerable populations along the Beitbridge corridor in Zimbabwe to reduce HIV vulnerability through economic empowerment. The programme - implemented by ILO/AIDS and funded by Sida - includes access to economic services, such as business management, access to income generation activities through micro-finance institutions, as well as HIV services, such as voluntary counselling and testing, sexual reproductive health and rights, and peer education.

  29. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    1 - Protecting yourself from HIV and STI in gay saunas

    3 October 2012

    This video is the first in a five-part series of educational entertainment videos designed for use in the training of staff and employers who work at gay saunas and the men who visit these venues in Bangkok, Thailand. This episode draws attention to the knowledge and skills needed by men who have sex with men (MSM) to protect themselves while having sex in Bangkok saunas.

  30. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    2 - Promoting safe sex in gay saunas

    3 October 2012

    This video is the Second in a five-part series of educational entertainment videos designed for use in the training of staff and employers who work at gay saunas and the men who visit these venues in Bangkok, Thailand. This episode draws attention to the role of staff and customers in promoting safe sex and how condoms and lubricant can be accessed in these venues.

  31. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    3 - Testing and treatment are prevention

    3 October 2012

    This video is the third in a five-part series of educational entertainment videos designed for use in the training of staff and employers who work at gay saunas and the men who visit these venues in Bangkok, Thailand. This episode draws attention to the importance of regular HIV and STI testing and treatment among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Bangkok gay saunas.

  32. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    4 - Addressing stigma and discrimination

    4 October 2012

    This video is the fourth in a five-part series of educational entertainment videos designed for use in the training of staff and employers who work at gay saunas and the men who visit these venues in Bangkok, Thailand. This episode draws attention to the issues of stigma and discrimination in Thailand surrounding HIV and challenges common attitudes and misconceptions.

  33. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    5 - Workplace safety in Bangkok gay saunas

    4 October 2012

    This video is the fifth in a five-part series of educational entertainment videos designed for use in the training of staff and employers who work at gay saunas and the men who visit these venues in Bangkok, Thailand. This episode explores the unique settings in which sex between men occurs in Bangkok saunas and the vulnerabilities to HIV and STI faced.

  34. Malawi: Businesswomen on Board with HIV/AIDS Message

    01 December 2010

    It’s tough to be an entrepreneur; it’s a lot tougher when you’re a woman from a low income background, running a small scale enterprise across international borders. But in Malawi the challenges for pioneering women entrepreneurs also include the risk of HIV infection. That’s why a local business association is welcoming a new initiative to educate entrepreneurs how to protect themselves. And the classroom is an unconventional one; on board the bus to buy goods across the border in Tanzania.

  35. Sisana is HIV Positive and Back at Work

    17 June 2010

    Over a year ago ILO TV interviewed Sisana Buba, a supermarket cashier who was sick at home with an HIV-related illness. ILO TV returned to Swaziland recently to find Sisana feeling well and back at work. The supermarket where she works has a HIV/AIDS workplace policy. As a result Sisana hasn't suffered from discrimination from her colleagues, and has had access to anti-retroviral treatment. Developed with the help of the ILO, this kind of HIV/AIDS workplace policy is now going global, with the adoption of an international labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work at the ILO's 99th International Labour Conference.

  36. India: Ending the Stigma of HIV/AIDS for Construction Workers

    17 June 2010

    In India, construction is one of the fastest growing sectors engaging a large number of migrant workers from across the country. With little knowledge about HIV, and culturally and socially isolated in India’s big cities, migrant workers are especially vulnerable to HIV infection. Informal workers, including migrant workers, make up 93 per cent of India’s 400 million-plus workforce. How to tackle discrimination towards workers with HIV and help prevent the spread of HIV have become a national priority, with the adoption of a national policy on HIV/AIDS and the world of work.

  37. Positive - HIV/AIDS Among Migrant Construction Workers in India

    01 June 2010

    In India, construction is one of the fastest growing sectors engaging a large number of migrant workers from across the country. With little knowledge about HIV, and culturally and socially isolated in India's big cities, migrant workers are especially vulnerable to HIV infection. Informal workers, including migrant workers, make up 93 per cent of India's 400 million-plus workforce. How to tackle discrimination towards workers with HIV and help prevent the spread of HIV have become a national priority, with the adoption of a national policy on HIV/AIDS and the world of work.

  38. Workplaces in Africa respond to HIV/AIDS

    01 December 2009

    A film on the ILO's work in five countries in Africa. The ILO is the United Nations specialised agency for the world of work and cosponsor of UNAIDS. Within the UNAIDS family, the ILO is lead agency for workplace policies and programmes on HIV/AIDS. It has activities in all regions and in all sectors, from transport and agriculture to mining, hotels, and the public sector.

  39. A training video for people living with HIV/AIDS

    09 October 2009

    9 October 2009 - This video from the International Labour Organization (ILO) offers practical step-by-step guidelines to help people living with HIV/AIDS to raise awareness and understanding in their workplaces. With contributions from more than a 100 people living with HIV, it is part of a unique training package developed with the Indian Network of People living with HIV/AIDS (INP+). It has been produced in both English and Hindi with the support of the United States Department of Labor (USDOL) and the President Emergency Funds for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

  40. Never Abandon, Never Give Up

    22 July 2009

    The ILO project has developed a range of behaviour change communication materials including a short, Charlie Chaplin style film to encourage stigma reduction and condom promotion. The film 'Never Abandon, Never Give Up' stars leading Chinese actor Wang Baoqiang, himself a former migrant construction worker in Beijing. The film tells the story of a famous actor who visits his 'hometown fellow' who has HIV and is facing isolation from his coworkers.

  41. Creating Change - Responding to the HIV epidemic at work

    24 July 2008

    'Creating change' features success stories in addressing HIV/AIDS in the workplace with a special focus on behaviour change programmes. It highlights the key role of ministries of Labour, employers' and workers' organizations in creating an enabling environment by strengthening the national policy and legal framework to address stigma and discrimination, and support workplace interventions.

  42. World AIDS Day : Fighting AIDS on Commercial Farms in Zambia

    29 November 2007

    Whether it’s organising a football match or marching through the streets, Nurse Janet Mvula and a team of trained farm workers, called peer educators, are taking their AIDS awareness work beyond their workplace at York Farm to the local community.

  43. Guyana: Loggers Learn about HIV/AIDS Prevention

    16 December 2010

    Guyana, a country with a population of around 750,000 has an HIV prevalence of 2.5 per cent in the age group of 15-49 which accounts for 52 per cent of the country's population. The epidemic in Guyana is considered generalized, and it is mainly a heterosexual epidemic. Despite the encouraging signs with regard to reducing HIV prevalence among most-at-risk populations, there is still much to do to tackle the problem of scant awareness of HIV/AIDS. That's why the Government of Guyana, through strong partnerships with employers and workers organizations are trying to increase the number of people being counselled and tested. Thanks to the support of the ILO and the USDOL, HIV/AIDS workplace education and prevention programmes are now reaching even the most remote areas of the country.

  44. HIV/AIDS Prevention Among Women in Rural Ethiopia

    01 December 2008

    When it comes to talking about HIV/AIDS in rural Ethiopian communities, one of the major difficulties is that most women will not talk about the problem willingly, out of shyness, and the fear of isolation and discrimination if it is known they, or their partner is HIV positive. But one exceptional woman is changing that.

  45. Delegates from 99th International Labour Conference Vote in Favour of New International Labour Standard on HIV/AIDS

    17 June 2010

  46. Swaziland: Breaking the Stigma of HIV/AIDS at Work

    01 December 2009

    At the supermarket chain, Superspar, a programme for HIV/AIDS education and prevention in the workplace has brought an end to discrimination against staff members living with HIV/AIDS. ILO TV reports from Swaziland.

  47. Combating HIV/AIDS on the big screen in China

    15 April 2009

    It's the biggest movement of people in history. According to official estimates some 200 million people in China are migrant workers – that is about 15 per cent of the country's population. And what is more they are amongst the most vulnerable to contracting HIV/AIDS.

  48. Video interviews

    Statement by Sophia Kisting-Cairncross, International Labour Organization (ILO) at the 2011 High Level Meeting on AIDS (New York, 8-10 June 2011)

    10 June 2011

    United Nations Webcast

  49. ILO Director-General invites staff to join the campaign "Stigma Fuels HIV" to defeat stigma and discrimination in UN workplaces

    08 June 2011

    Mr Juan Somavia, Director-General of the ILO, addresses ILO staff on the occasion of the launch of the UN system-wide campaign "Stigma Fuels HIV". The ILO takes a strong stand against HIV-related stigma and discrimination through its Personnel Policy on HIV/AIDS and Recommendation No. 200, its comprehensive labour standard on HIV and AIDS and the world of work. Tackling stigma in the workplace begins with each staff member. Engage in this wide dialogue among UN staff at: www.bestigmafree.org

  50. ILO Launch of the Joint WHO-ILO-UNAIDS policy guidelines on improving health workers' access to HIV and TB prevention, treatment, care and support services

    19 November 2010

    Message of Dr. Sophia K. Kisting, Director, ILO Programme on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work and Ms. Elizabeth Tinoco, Director, ILO Sectoral Activities Department

  51. 2010 East African Business Council regional CEO Testing Day and Health Fair: A Message of Dr Sophia Kisting

    11 November 2010

    Dr Sophia Kisting, Director of the ILO Programme on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work, invited leaders from the business community in Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda to participate in a voluntary testing and counselling initiative and give effect to the ILO new international labour standard on HIV and AIDS.

  52. HIV/AIDS and Health Care Workers: An Interview with Anna Torriente

    05 July 2010

    ILO TV interviews ILOAIDS Senior Legal Officer Anna Torriente about health care workplaces and HIV/AIDS in light of a new international labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The ILO and WHO are to hold a joint tripartite experts meeting on HIV, TB & other occupational health for health workers, which will include a discussion on the ILO labour standard.

  53. Delegate Dialogues: Thembi Nene-Shezi, Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS Committee and Senior Executive Manager, Department of Labour, South Africa

    17 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference (ILC) in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work, which was adopted by delegates at the end of the conference. The standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  54. Delegate Dialogues: Patrick Obath, Vice-Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS Committee and Chairman, Federation of Kenya Employers

    16 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  55. Delegate Dialogues: Jan Sithole, Vice-Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS Committee and Adviser to the Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions

    16 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  56. Delegate Dialogues: Fia Van der Klugt, Policy Adviser, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands - Committee for HIV/AIDS

    11 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  57. Delegate Dialogues: Michael Besha, Assistant Secretary-General, Organization of African Trade Union Unity - Committee for HIV/AIDS

    10 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  58. Delegate Dialogues: Kevin Coon, Employers' Delegate, Baker & Mackenzie, Canada - Committee for HIV/AIDS

    10 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  59. Delegate Dialogues: Ronald Brands, Policy Officer, Dutch HIV Association - Committee for HIV/AIDS

    10 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  60. Delegate Dialogues: Rosemary Ssenabulya, Executive Director, Federation of Uganda Employers - Committee for HIV/AIDS

    10 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  61. Delegate Dialogues: Emmanuel Otaala Otiam, Minister of Labour, Uganda - Committee for HIV/AIDS

    10 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  62. Delegate Dialogues: Marc Boisnel, Ministère du Travail, France - Committee for HIV/AIDS (in French)

    10 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  63. Delegate Dialogues: Sophie Stepanoff, MEDEF-SIDA Enterprises, France - Committee for HIV/AIDS (in French)

    10 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  64. Delegate Dialogues: Ezequiel Consiglio, Superintendencia de Riesgos del Trabajo, Argentina - Committee for HIV/AIDS (in Spanish)

    09 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

  65. Delegate Dialogues: Maria Dolores Solé Gómez, Centro Nacional de Condiciones de Trabajo del INSHT, EU Presidency, Spain - Committee for HIV/AIDS (in Spanish)

    11 June 2010

    ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. The proposed standard contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.