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  1. The state of indigenous peoples across the world

    06 August 2014

    Indigenous and tribal peoples have their own cultures, ways of life, traditions and customary laws. Throughout history, lack of respect for these cultures has led to conflict in far too many cases around the world. The ILO has been working to improve the conditions of indigenous and tribal peoples since the 1920s. Despite progress, the path to an inclusive and fair society is far from over.

  1. After years of war, many people in Cambodia were handicapped by landmines and are forced to earn a living by begging in public places.

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  1. Mr Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil (2009)

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  1. Photos of the Director-General

    A selection of official photographs of Guy Ryder.

  1. International Labour Conference, 67th session, June 1981, Lech Walesa

    Historical photographs

    Defining moments and key personalities are captured in this collection of photographs from 1919 on.

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