Videos

2020

  1. COVID-19 Pandemic: Youth and Trade unions in digital work

    26 May 2020

    Since 2000, the development of technologies has seen an increase in the number of digital work and digital labour platforms in both developing and developed countries. At the same, with the onset of Covid-19 pandemic and the numerous restrictive lockdown measures, many organizations have resorted to teleworking, which is a form of digital work.

  2. Youth hit hard by COVID-19’s economic fallout

    17 April 2020

    Crises fall hardest on the most vulnerable. When it comes to the social and economic impacts of the pandemic, young people are more likely to feel the pinch harder.

  3. Insights on achieving full and productive employment

    17 March 2020

    Interviews recorded during the ILO Employment Policy Research Symposium: The Future of Full Employment, held in December 2019 at ILO/HQ.

  4. My Future Our Plant

    05 March 2020

    #myfutureourplant starts with children

  5. Promoting gender-responsive employment policies

    03 March 2020

    Gender equality is essential for economies and communities to thrive. Economic policies can be a major force in support of a range of social objectives including social justice and gender equality.

2019

  1. Earthquake victims get gravity-fed water supply in Papua New Guinea

    13 December 2019

    A ILO-Japan funded partnership infrastructure project is helping earthquake-affected communities in the Nipa district to access clean drinking water.

  2. Demanding Just Transition for Pacific Young workers and employers

    04 December 2019

    As the world engages at COP25 to discuss climate change, young workers and employers from the pacific express their concerns and priorities to achieve a just transition for decent work. They are concerned as future leaders of workers and employers organizations and are at the frontline of the impact of climate change.

  3. Employment and Peacebuilding for ‘Youth at Risk’ in Lebanon

    06 October 2019

    Under the framework of the ILO/UNDP/UNICEF project, entitled “Employment and Peacebuilding: Building Bridges Amongst ‘Youth at Risk’ in Lebanon” funded by the Peacebuilding Fund, the ILO provided Lebanese and Syrian refugee youth with non-financial and financial support for the establishment of Lebanese-Syrian joint-income generating initiatives as a way to create employment opportunities and decrease tension among host communities and Syrian refugees.

  4. Highlights from the World Employment Programme: Past, present and future event (Short version)

    25 July 2019

    The event, held on 4 June 2019, celebrated the 50th anniversary of the launch of the World Employment Programme (WEP) and its contributions to the work of the ILO and its members. It also provided an opportunity to reflect on the lessons learned from the past to influence present and future approaches.

  5. The World Employment Programme: Interview with Jack Martin

    25 July 2019

    Jack Martin, Former ILO Assistant Director-General, describes the unique features of the World Employment Programme and shares lessons learned.

  6. The World Employment Programme: Interview with Louis Emmerij

    25 July 2019

    In an interview conducted last year, Louis Emmerij described the unique role the World Employment Programme (WEP) played in the evolution of the ILO's history and how lessons learned from this experience could provide pointers in shaping a future employment agenda. Mr. Emmerij, a leading figure in international development policy and research, was the Director of the WEP from 1971 to 1976, and gave the interview during an event held in June of 2019 to mark the programme's 50th anniversary. He passed away on 26 November 2019 at the age of 84.

  7. Highlights from the World Employment Programme: Past, present and future event

    25 July 2019

    The event, held on 4 June 2019, celebrated the 50th anniversary of the launch of the World Employment Programme (WEP) and its contributions to the work of the ILO and its members. It also provided an opportunity to reflect on the lessons learned from the past to influence present and future approaches.

  8. The World Employment Programme: Interview with Gerry Rodgers and Michael Hopkins

    25 July 2019

    In this video Gerry Rodgers, Former Director of the Policy Integration Department (INTEGRATION), and Michael Hopkins, Former ILO Senior Economist, talk about the origins of the World Employment Programme, its innovative features and lessons learned.

  9. Electronic Payroll in Peru

    12 July 2019

    The electronic payroll is an instrument that facilitates the registration of workers and, therefore, their formalization. It also contributes to improving the effectiveness of labour inspection interventions. Until 2019, Sunafil (National Superintendence of Labour Inspection) has been able to formalize 69.589 workers.

  10. Digital inspector (INDI) in Argentina

    12 July 2019

    INDI is a mobile application used to support the labour inspection process in Argentina. More than 200.000 workers have regularized their labour conditions thanks to the use of this technology.

  11. E-Estonia: The digital society

    12 July 2019

    New technologies are continuously transforming the world of work. An increasing number of governments are promoting the application of new technologies to simplify and facilitate the transition from the informal to the formal economy (e-formality). In this video, a representative of the government of Estonia, Florian Marcus, discusses the example of e-formality in Estonia.

  12. Voices on the transition to formality through technology (e-formality)

    12 July 2019

    New technologies are continuously transforming the world of work. An increasing number of governments are promoting the application of new technologies to simplify and facilitate the transition from the informal to the formal economy (e-formality). This video features the ILO experts discussing the definition and examples of e-formality, its potential benefits and issues related to it.

  13. A human-centred future of work

    14 June 2019

    During the ILC 2019, ILO Director of Employment Policy Department Sangheon Lee and other ILO colleagues discussed a human-centred future of work.

  14. The story of Muhammed Najjar, who works at an enterprise benefiting from the Workplace Adaptation Programme carried out by the ILO

    07 May 2019

    ILO Workplace Adaptation Programme aims to help ensure and enhance labour peace and contribute to an efficient and peaceful working environment in unity and solidarity through trainings on promoting the adaptation of Syrian and Turkish workers working at the same workplace and eliminating prejudice. More than 150 Syrian and Turkish workers at 16 firms located in Adana, Mersin and Gaziantep have benefited from ILO's Workplace Adaptation Programme.

  15. The story of Boshra Shaal, who participated in the vocational training courses carried out by the ILO and was then referred to the apprenticeship training

    07 May 2019

    Boshra is only one of thousands of Syrians who participated in the vocational trainings and Turkish language courses carried out by the ILO in cooperation with the local partners. In cooperation with Chambers of Tradesmen and Craftsmen and Vocational Training Centres, ILO supports the access of Syrians to apprenticeship programmes by informing enterprises and Syrians about the apprenticeship system and by establishing linkages between vocational training centres and the private sector.