Videos and Photos


  1. Video

    Discrimination on the grounds of disability and HIV/AIDS

    01 October 2010

    A series of short advertisements promoting equal opportunities for persons with disabilities and HIV/AIDS. Available in both English and Thai.

  2. Video

    Mr Mom, WEDGE, Cambodia

    31 August 2010

    A film on the ILO's Women Enterprise Development and Gender Equality Project in Takeo, Cambodia

  3. Video

    Cambodia WEDGE, Kep Province

    31 August 2010

    A film on the ILO's Women Enterprise Development and Gender Equality Project in Kep Province, Cambodia

  4. Video interview

    Social Protection in India

    20 August 2010

    ILO TV interviews Sudha Pillai, Secretary of the Planning Commission of India and former Secretary of Labour and Employment. Ms Pillai is member of a global panel to promote social protection, which met for the first time on 11 and 12 of August in Geneva at the ILO.

  5. Video

    Cambodia's women fight poverty with self-help

    18 August 2010

    Setting up a self-help group to give women access to loans and teach them financial management and how to start a business is helping to lift women, and their families, in Cambodia's Kep province out of poverty.

  6. Video

    Role reversal in Cambodia lets women's businesses blossom

    18 August 2010

    An ILO project to combat poverty in Cambodia is taking an innovative approach. The Women's Entrepreneurship Development and Gender Equality (WEDGE) programme, has found that by introducing teaching on gender equality, so that couples rethink traditional roles, their courses on entrepreneurship, budgeting, saving and making better financial decisions have become much more effective.

  7. Video

    Alternatives to Migration: Decent Jobs for Filipino Youth

    01 July 2010

    Alternatives to Migration: Decent Jobs for Filipino Youth, provides an overview of the employment and migration challenges of Filipino youth from ages 15-24 years old. It then presents solutions to the problems by explaining what the joint programme is all about and outlining the outcome and outputs. It also presents the United Nations Country Team participating agencies, the government implementing partners, and what the programme aims to achieve. The joint programme is funded by the Government of Spain through the Millennium Development Goal Achievement Fund.

  8. Video from the field

    Combatting Child Labour in Thailand

    30 June 2010

    In Thailand, the incidence of Thai children in child labour has been decreasing for several years. However the problem of child labour has not disappeared. Migrant children from neighbouring countries are now disproportionately found in child labour in various provinces of Thailand. A four year ILO-IPEC Project of Support for National Action to Combat Child Labour and its Worst Forms in Thailand has been addressing the underlying issues and promoting a variety of responses.

  9. Video

    India: Ending the Stigma of HIV/AIDS for Construction Workers

    17 June 2010

    In India, construction is one of the fastest growing sectors engaging a large number of migrant workers from across the country. With little knowledge about HIV, and culturally and socially isolated in India’s big cities, migrant workers are especially vulnerable to HIV infection. Informal workers, including migrant workers, make up 93 per cent of India’s 400 million-plus workforce. How to tackle discrimination towards workers with HIV and help prevent the spread of HIV have become a national priority, with the adoption of a national policy on HIV/AIDS and the world of work.

  10. Video

    India: Fighting Child Labour with School Lunches

    11 June 2010

    In the past 10 years, more than 30 million children have been taken out of child labour. But according to the ILO's Global Report, today an estimated 215 million children are still working, on the streets, in farm fields, in some of the worst and most hazardous forms of work. Integrated national policies to protect children, get them out of work and into school have made an impact, moving the international community closer to its goal of eliminating the worst forms of child labour by 2016. One way forward can be found in India, and the world's largest school lunch program.