Videos and audios

August 2017

  1. Effective communication during labour inspection visits

    31 August 2017

    Effective Communication Trainings during Labour Inspection visits were conducted in Cherkassy, Lviv, Odessa and Kherson from 19 till 30 June, 2017. During the trainings, labour inspectors worked out techniques of effective communication with employers and workers and adapted standard communication techniques to the work of labour inspectors. They discussed key benefits of official employment for employers, workers and government and also developed strategies of cooperation with state institutions within the LI visits. The total number of the participants of the trainings were 116, including 104 labour inspectors. The trainings were conducted to strengthen the Pilot LI Campaign, held within the outcomes 3 and 4 of the ILO Project “The effectiveness of the labour inspection system and of social dialogue mechanisms is strengthened”. The overall objective of the Project is to provide support to the Government’s reform of the labour inspection system to ensure effective labour law compliance. The project addresses institutional and legal needs on the level of national labour law compliance mechanisms, namely the State Labour Service.

June 2017

  1. How Better Work and SCORE make a difference in the supply chains

    07 June 2017

    Dan Rees, Director of Better Work, and Michael Elkin, Chief Technical Adviser of SCORE, explain how these programmes create decent jobs in the supply chains.

June 2016

  1. Labour migration in Germany

    07 June 2016

    The promotion of fair migration is an important agenda for the ILO. Leo Monz, Senior Adviser of the Confederation of German Trade Unions (DGB) explains the situation of migrant workers in Germany.

December 2015

  1. Voluntary Peer Review of Youth Employment Policies in the CIS and Georgia

    21 December 2015

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) is implementing an innovative project intended to assist in the fight against youth unemployment in the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Georgia. Voluntary peer reviews, in which countries assess one another’s youth employment policies and share good practices during joint meetings, have become one of the most successful innovative mechanisms to do so. With the fifth regional meeting of the youth employment network having recently taken place in Sochi, the third round of the peer review process was completed. The countries-participants of the project, entitled “Partnerships for Youth Employment in the CIS countries and Georgia” have met in Almaty, Turin, Saint Petersburg and Krasnoyarsk.

July 2015

  1. Creditors need to focus on growth in Greece, says ILO Head

    03 July 2015

    Creditors need to focus on growth in Greece, ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, told CNBC Europe. He added that there needs to be a proper conversation with the private sector, which is fundamental to the future of the country.

June 2015

  1. President of France, François Hollande addresses International Labour Conference

    11 June 2015

    Guest of honour of the 104th Session of the International Labour Conference, French President François Hollande calls for universal mobilization to fight climate change and to ensure better application of international labour law. (In French with subtitles in English)

May 2015

  1. Global wage gap puts the brakes on the global economy

    21 May 2015

    An estimated $1.2 trillion has been lost in annual wages due to the 61 million jobs gap that has opened up since the crisis.

  2. Taking child labour out of hazelnut harvesting

    13 May 2015

    Turkey is finding success with coordinated measures to get children out of the hazelnut fields and into school. (Closed Captions available)

April 2015

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    The many costs of being one of the long-term unemployed

    17 April 2015

    For those who’ve been searching for work for more than a year, the risk of long-term social exclusion is real, explains ILO expert Steven Tobin.

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    What age means for the labour force

    07 April 2015

    The older a workforce gets, the more likely economic slowdown becomes. But older workers can also boost productivity, explains ILO expert Ekkehard Ernst.