15 January 2019
As part of the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) video voices series, created to mark the Organization’s 100th anniversary in 2019, Indian politician and former U.N. Under-Secretary General, Shashi Tharoor talks about why the world needs the ILO.
02 January 2019
ILO Director-General Guy Ryder marks the start of the ILO’s second century of service to the world of work by recalling its first 100 years and pointing to the challenges that face us all in shaping the future of work we want.
10 December 2018
UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in India, Yuri Afanasiev, talks about ILO's rich history, its critical role in shaping the future of work, and more.
20 November 2018
By working with the ILO, India is making progress towards creating decent work for its growing, youthful population. With the ILO's Centenary on the horizon, this video explains the country’s long-standing connection with the Organization and some of the goals for the future.
Women and work
03 October 2018
A large majority of domestic workers are migrant workers in India, and they are among the most vulnerable groups of workers.
19 September 2018
In the first of our video voices series to mark the 100th anniversary next year of the International Labour Organization, ILO staff in the Asia-Pacific region share their thoughts on the organization, its centenary, and how it is helping to shape the future of work.
28 August 2018
The live report is a radio reportage about the ILO Mini Business Clinic on OSH for SMEs held in Jakarta on 28 August 2018. The event is aimed to raise the awareness about OSH for SMEs and to strengthen the OSH implementation at SMEs level.
Decent work and climate resilience
25 July 2018
The ILO defines green jobs as good for the environment, good for the economy and good for people. Watch this three-minute animation on how we can build a better, more sustainable future for women and men around the world by making our work greener.
13 July 2018
As part of the EU-UN Spotlight Initiative to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls, a joint EU, ILO and UNWomen programme address women migrant workers’ vulnerabilities to violence, trafficking and labour exploitation.
29 June 2018
In Myanmar’ Shan State, ginger represents an important means of livelihood for hundreds of farmers. Working long hours under the blazing sun, farmers seldom protect themselves from the risks the fields expose them to. To address the various health risks associated with agricultural practices and maximize cropping, the ILO Vision Zero Fund project is working with farmers and their communities to equip them with better information on occupational safety and health (OSH) and the safe use of agrochemicals.