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April 2001

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    COOPERATIVES IN THAILAND

    11 April 2001

    For the estimated 300 million indigenous and tribal people in more than 70 countries around the world, progress often means problems when traditions and technologies clash. But the Hmong hill tribes in northern Thailand, with the help of the International Labour Organization, are fashioning new solutions to developing their ancient culture as a tool to fully participate in modern societies. ILO TV’s Miguel Schapira takes us there.

March 2001

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    Pension

    23 March 2001

    When we think of retirement, most people think of reaping the rewards of a lifetime of work. But according to a new report from the International Labour Organization, the majority of people may be in for a major shock at the end of their careers. ILO Television explains.

February 2001

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    AIDS

    12 February 2001

    AIDS can no longer be considered as purely a medical problem. Two thirds of the nearly 36 million people infected with HIV are in their most productive years and the implications for the global work force are immense. Because of this, the workplace might just be the best place to deal a crushing blow to the spread of AIDS. ILO Television reports...

January 2001

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    PANORAMA

    25 January 2001

    The queues for work are longer than ever, while the cues for curbing unemployment seem to go unnoticed in a fast-paced global economy. In the coming decade, there will be 500 million more looking for a job. But where?

  2. Video

    The shipbreakers (VHS-PAL)

    24 January 2001

  3. Video

    INDIA; THE SEARCH FOR HIGHER VALUE-ADDED ICT MARKETS

    23 January 2001

    India’s software industry has grown at a phenomenal rate of over 50 percent in the last decade. Trivandum is home to just one of the many software Technology Parks set up by the Indian government that has brought the country racing into the information economy.

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    Decent work deficit in Asia

    15 January 2001

    Asia has been struggling to recover from a financial crisis that rocked the region 4 years ago. But that recovery is on shaky ground as the global economic downturn throws more people out of work and into uncertainty. The International Labour Org. opens a four-day conference in the region to shore up recovery as ILO TV explains.

September 2000

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    The Shipbreakers

    01 September 2000

    Few nations are willing to accept the dirty and dangerous work of dismantling a ship by hand. It is one of the world's most unregulated and hazardous industries, leaving a trail of debris, disability and death in its wake. At the same time, it is an industry that supplies much needed income to Bangladeshi workers who have few decent alternatives.

  2. Publication

    Introduction to the preparation of manuals on occupational stress

    01 September 2000

    This introduction to the preparation of manuals on stress follows the same presentation sequence adopted by most manuals. However, before considering the contents of the manuals, a series of preliminary decisions need to be taken which are of paramount importance for the quality and effectiveness of the message to be delivered. These include: the choice of the approach to be adopted by the manual; and the identification of targets. Consideration is then given to the actual content of the manual.

May 2000

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    Forced to Labour (trailer)

    01 May 2000

    Everyday millions of people around the world are forced to labour under inhumane conditions with the threat of violence or abuse. This documentary examines specific examples of the global phenomenon of forced labour such as slavery, bonded labour, human trafficking and coercive recruitment and the socio economic conditions that allow it to persist. Full-length duration: 30 minutes.