Video and audio stories

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June 2019

  1. "We've Got a Vision" (Composed by Fred Martin, Performed by Uyen Linh)

    05 June 2019

    Uyen Linh performs "We've Got a Vision" live at Trade Union University on 31 May 2019.

  2. Trade unions, is it important? Why?

    04 June 2019

    ILO Viet Nam Director Chang-Hee Lee had a TED talk with students of Trade Union University and union leaders at an event on 31 May to celebrate 90 years of Viet Nam General Confederation of Labour and 100 years of the ILO.

May 2019

  1. ILO Viet Nam Director and his special love for President Ho Chi Minh

    22 May 2019

    On the 129th birthday of President Ho Chi Minh on 19 May 2019, the national television VTV broadcast a special programme on ILO Viet Nam Director, Chang-Hee Lee, and his love for Ho Chi Minh.

April 2019

  1. Safety and health at the heart of the future of work

    18 April 2019

March 2019

  1. Returning from migration: the hard learned lessons of a woman worker

    05 March 2019

    Migration should be safe and fair for all women migrant workers. Bui Thao My explains the difference a knowledgeable and supportive network can make while working abroad.

January 2019

  1. Work for a Brighter Future

    24 January 2019

  2. Universal and lasting peace: The ILO Centenary

    22 January 2019

    A century ago, the founders of the ILO recognized the importance of social justice in securing peace, against a background of worker exploitation in the industrializing nations of that time.

  3. The ILO Centenary – Why it matters to us all

    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.

October 2018

  1. Why industrial relations?

    26 October 2018

    Workers associate with each other and unite into trade unions to increase their power when bargaining collectively with employers. This is the starting point of industrial relations in a market economy where wages and working conditions are determined by negotiations.

September 2018

  1. Towards the ILO Centenary

    07 September 2018

    100 years ago, the creation of the ILO laid the foundations of social justice.

June 2018

  1. Prohibition of child labour in hazardous work, for a Generation Safe & Healthy

    26 June 2018

    This video aims to raise awareness on child labour including hazardous works. It stresses the critical importance of removing children below the minimum age for work from all forms of child labour, including hazardous work, and ensuring they have access to quality education.

May 2018

  1. Industrial relations in Viet Nam

    30 May 2018

    Industrial relations in Viet Nam: How inclusive growth is linked with international labour standards?

July 2017

  1. Preventing child labour in natural disasters

    17 July 2017

    In natural disasters, many families fall into poverty, lose their homes and property, children lose their parents and become at risk of engaging in child labour. Prompt actions are required to help disaster-stricken families improve their livelihoods and ensure that children can go to school and be protected from child labour.

June 2017

  1. Preventing child labour in natural disasters and climate change

    14 June 2017

    Children are the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, natural disasters and extreme weather phenomena. Natural disasters and climate change can negatively affect children’s rights in many aspects such as health, educational access, nutrition, livelihoods and economic exploitation through child labour.

May 2017

  1. Sexual harassment at the workplace

    10 May 2017

  2. A healthy lifestyle for young women workers

    02 May 2017

February 2017

  1. ILO at Work

    07 February 2017

    This video introduces the work of the International Labour Organization. The ILO is the only tripartite United Nations agency. It brings together government, employer and worker representatives from 187 Member States to set labour standards, develop policies and devise programmes to promote decent work for all women and men.

December 2016

  1. How to prevent child labor in Vietnam?

    22 December 2016

September 2016

  1. Future of work

    14 September 2016

    The future of work will be shaped by how we manage the changes that the internet and digital technologies bring.

  2. Identifying and responding to unfair labour practices against trade union and workers in Viet Nam

    12 September 2016

    Unfair labour practices are mainly the employers’ acts of “discrimination” against trade union officers, members and workers due to their participation in a trade union and acts of “manipulation and interference” against the trade union organization and operation. These acts can weaken or even damage the capacity of trade unions and cause fear to genuine trade union representatives.