ILO's Director-General: Videos and photos

Videos and audios

  1. Eurofound 2013 Forum

    ILO Chief calls for immediate action to tackle unemployment

    15 February 2013

    ILO Director General, Guy Ryder, stressed how "world unemployment is still on the rise, and the feeling of the need to act and change is very much on our mind". While addressing the Eurofound 2013 Forum in Dublin, Ireland, Mr. Ryder went on to say how the social investment package offers an important opportunity to begin to move to a different direction, as people need to be brought back to the labour market. He concluded, it is not acceptable to tolerate levels of youth unemployment which are lived in millions of lives of quiet desperation.

  2. Video coverage

    ILO Chief visits Thailand

    15 December 2012

    ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, visited Thailand as part of his first trip to Asia since taking office in October 2012. He toured the Marine Gold Products Company PP Tan shrimp peeling facility in Samut Sakhon Province, where he met with workers and managers on the factory floor to hear first hand about their working lives.

  3. Interview with ILO News

    "Things are getting worse" when it comes to job recovery

    11 October 2012

    "Self-evidently, things are getting worse," in terms of employment recovery according to ILO Director General Guy Ryder. The ILO head called on G20 nations to make good on their pledge at the G20 in Los Cabos to support accelerated demand for job creation should the global economic situation worsen.

  4. World Teachers' Day

    'Take a Stand for Teachers' - Video statement

    03 October 2012

    A Video Message from Guy Ryder, Director-General of the International Labour Office on the occasion of World Teachers’ Day.

  5. Video coverage

    Guy Ryder elected 10th Director-General of the ILO

    28 May 2012

    Guy Ryder,currently the ILO's Executive Director for International Labour Standards and Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, was elected as the tenth Director-General of the ILO. He will begin his five-year term in October 2012.