ILO in the media

2002

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    Surgical instruments

    22 October 2002

    12-year old Asif is one of the 179 million children caught in the worst forms of child labour. Along with other child labourers in Pakistan, Asif now attends non-formal education in a Centre that was established with the help of the ILO.

  2. Video

    Child Trafficking in Thailand

    10 April 2002

    A theatre project in Thailand is one of the more unique tools being used to stop the trafficking of children for exploitive purposes. An ILO TV report from Chang Rai.

  3. Video

    Forced Labour in Brazil

    10 April 2002

    A special mobile unit set up by the Brazilian Ministry of Labour has freed hundreds of men and women held captive and forced to work in remote parts of the country.

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    Substandard Working Conditions in the Maritime Industry

    10 April 2002

    Conditions of work onboard ships often take a backseat to technical standards, to the detriment of the crew and the shipping industry as a whole.

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    Children Perish in Colombian Mining Accident

    10 February 2002

    Children were among the dead or missing in an accident that took the lives of more than 80 people working in a Colombian mine ILO Television reports from the scene the trafficking of children for exploitive purposes. An ILO TV report from Chang Rai.

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    Director-General Juan Somavia on the Global Economy

    04 February 2002

    Director-General Juan Somavia appeared on CNN's World News bulletin during his attendance at the 2002 World Economic Forum in New York

2001

  1. Video

    Jobs at Risk

    29 November 2001

    Director-General Juan Somavia discusses threat to jobs as a result of global economic downturn and the events of September 11th

  2. Video

    Global Job Fears

    22 November 2001

    UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan attends the ILO's Global Employment Forum amid projections that up to 24 million jobs could be lost worldwide.