Videos

2010

  1. ILO Director-General Juan Somavia addresses the Global Youth Employment Conference

    02 December 2010

    ILO Director-General Juan Somavia addressed the inaugural meeting of the Global Youth Employment Agenda in London hosted by CNBC and the Blackstone Charitable Foundation. In a video-message he expressed concern over the crisis in youth employment worldwide and encouraged business to focus on investing in young people, as a way to invest in the future.

2009

  1. China: Dialogue, Empowering persons with disabilities (CCTV), (Video)

    03 December 2009

    TV interview prepared for International Day of Persons with Disabilities, featuring Mr. Zhang Guoqing, Deputy Director of ILO Beijing Office.

  2. Decent Work for People with Disabilities – Count Us In!

    14 September 2009

    Women and men with disabilities can and want to be productive members of society. This four minute video combines music and images to raise awareness about the barriers as well as the actions needed to help people with disabilities obtain decent work and a better life.

2008

  1. AREA: Fighting Unemployment in Argentina Through Local Economic Development

    11 July 2008

    In December 2001 Argentina was thrown into the worst financial crisis of its history. In response to the massive unemployment that ensued, the International Labour Organization, with funding from Italian Cooperation, is working with the Argentine government to adapt job training to meet the needs of emerging sectors, like Argentina’s tourism industry. (in Spanish)

  2. Working Out of Financial Crisis in Argentina

    10 July 2008

    In December 2001 Argentina was thrown into the worst financial crisis of its history. In response to the massive unemployment that ensued, the International Labour Organization is working with the government to adapt job training to meet the needs of emerging sectors, like Argentina’s tourism industry.

  3. Banking for women in Sri Lanka

    01 May 2008

2004

  1. CROATIA: PLAYING TO LOCAL STRENGTHS

    03 February 2004

    While countries struggle to come to terms with globalization, there’s a need for development strategies to help boost the economy and create jobs. As ILO TV now reports from Croatia, there’s a growing consensus that traditional, top-down development policies have failed to deliver, and there’s increasing interest in local economic development.