Videos

  1. Video of Quality Apprenticeship and Lifelong Learning in China Project Phase 1 

    22 May 2023

  2. Celebrating green jobs and decent work in Jordan on International Labour Day

    01 May 2023

    ILO project in Jordan celebrates "cocoon" method for sustainable & affordable tree planting in National Afforestation Plan

  3. Supporting green economic development in Thailand

    11 April 2023

    Wasana Sittirin, ILO consultant for the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) in Thailand, explains how the project is providing support to the country in their shift towards a greener economy.

  4. ILO supports crisis-hit Sri Lankan fishers

    02 April 2023

    Vulnerable members of Sri Lanka’s fisher communities in the country’s northern province are gaining much-needed income at a time of economic crisis.

  5. Sharon Stone: Let’s make gender equality a reality

    08 March 2023

    On International Women's Day, actress and activist Sharon Stone calls for a fair, inclusive and safe future of work that fosters equal opportunity and guarantees a real gender equal society.

  6. ILO set to implement emergency employment scheme in earthquake-damaged neighbourhoods in Aleppo, Syria

    03 March 2023

    A team of ILO engineers conducted an assessment in the Syrian city of Aleppo, parts of which were severely damaged by the earthquake that struck Türkiye and Syria, to identify priorities under an emergency employment scheme to help restore livelihoods and rehabilitate destroyed infrastructure.

  7. Encouraging the use of digital technology to increase SME financial access

    02 March 2023

    This video introduces the PROMISE II IMPACT project that aims to strengthen the enabling environment to drive a more inclusive financial sector for SMEs, generating post-pandemic economic growth and employment opportunities.

  8. ILO PROSPECTS in Iraq supports livelihoods and decent work for refugees, IDPs and host communities

    19 February 2023

    The programme includes a financial inclusion initiative to support businesses to access loans and build their financial and business skills and the development of vocational training programmes in market-relevant occupations.

  9. We are earning an income, navigating a crisis and coming together as a farming community

    08 February 2023

    As Sri Lanka faces its worst economic crisis, people with existing vulnerabilities have been pushed further into poverty, unemployment, and food insecurity. With ILO support, vulnerable members of farming communities in the country’s northern province are earning an income by completing irrigation, flooding, and farmland access related maintenance work in their lands.

  10. Entrepreneurial skills and access to finance support business development among refugees in Iraq

    24 January 2023

    Hishyar Bashir Sadoon is a Syrian refugee who owns a small construction business. He was recently able to expand his business under ILO’s financial inclusion initiative, targeting refugees, internally displaced persons and host community members.

  11. Employment Intensive Approaches create decent jobs in cultural heritage development

    18 January 2023

    A joint ILO/EU/UNESCO project is supporting the conservation and rehabilitation of cultural heritage at the World Heritage Site of the Erbil Citadel. The ILO is applying Employment Intensive Investment Programme (EIIP) approaches to create decent jobs for around 1,000 workers. In addition, the ILO through EIIP approaches will facilitate the recognition of skills for 40 workers in three different occupations related to the conservation of historical sites. EIIP Technical Officer Bashar Elsamarneh explains.

  12. 10 Years Roads for Development (R4D) in Timor-Leste (2012-2022)

    30 December 2022

    Improving rural roads access was considered as one of the key conditions for rural social and economic development. Recognizing its importance, the ILO provided technical assistance to the Government of Timor-Leste for implementation of Road for Development (R4D).

  13. Policy dialogue on access of refugees, internally displaced persons, and host communities to Iraq’s labour market

    21 December 2022

    ILO and UNHCR organised a policy dialogue to discuss the findings of a new ILO report, which examines the access of refugees, internally displaced persons and host community members to the labour market.

  14. 2022: Advancing social justice in a world in crisis

    21 December 2022

    As 2022 comes to a close, the ILO looks back on its efforts to promote a human-centred recovery and advance social justice during a year of many firsts.

  15. What future of work do young people from Asia and the Pacific and the Arab States hope for?

    07 December 2022

    Check out this video played to government, worker and employer representatives at the opening of ILO’s the Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting in Singapore.

  16. Everyone would be welcome at my shop

    02 December 2022

    'There should be no discrimination'. Thanakorn Suddai, a young Thai with hearing impairment, wants to open a barber shop and welcome everyone.

  17. I have got a chance to learn like everyone else

    02 December 2022

    Sakkarin Rinrum, a young Thai with hearing impairment, wants to pursue a career in hairdressing. Join us on International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote youth employability and decent work for all.

  18. The 17th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting

    28 November 2022

    The Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (APRM) brings together representatives of governments, employers' and workers' organizations from Asia, the Pacific and the Arab states.

  19. Improving Workers’ Rights in Rural Sectors of the Indo-Pacific with a focus on Women

    25 November 2022

    This video introduces the ILO-USDOL project that aims to improve the rights of workers in the rural sector in Indonesia and the Philippines especially for women workers.

  20. Reducing Vulnerability in Lao People's Democratic Republic

    23 November 2022

    Noudthong Alounthong, ILO National Project Coordinator in Lao PDR, explains how the SOLAR project supports the government and civil society to promote labour rights and improve access to social security and occupational safety and health for coffee and tea workers.