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October 2014

  1. It's now time to ratify the newly adopted ILO Forced Labour Protocol

    17 October 2014

    The new legally-binding ILO Protocol on Forced Labour aims to strengthen global efforts towards combating forced labour, trafficking and slavery-like practices. Governments now have the opportunity to ratify the Protocol and integrate new measures at the national and regional levels to combat this crime.

March 2014

  1. The Ability Factor: Employing people with disabilities makes good business sense

    14 March 2014

    People with disabilities are the world's largest minority group (1 billion people — 15% of the world's population; of which 785 million are of working age). They face many barriers to employment, including physical, information and attitudinal barriers. Stereotypes and misconceptions prevent them from accessing jobs because these often focus on their disability instead of ability, when in fact they can and do work. This short video aims to raise awareness about the benefits of employing people with disabilities.

February 2014

  1. Lured by a job, trapped in forced labour

    10 February 2014

    In search of a job to support his family, a man accepts an offer from a recruiter and signs a contract for what looks like a good job with decent wages. Once at destination, the reality is very different.

October 2013

  1. NBA player Josh Childress teams up with the ILO and holds up the Red Card to child labour

    23 October 2013

    The ILO announced its global campaign to stop child labour at the closing of the Third Global Conference on Child Labour in Brasilia. Washington Wizards player Josh Childress holds up the Red Card, now you hold up yours!

  2. Cher teams up with the ILO and holds up the Red Card to child labour!

    10 October 2013

    The ILO announced its global campaign to stop child labour at the closing of the Third Global Conference on Child Labour in Brasilia. Cher holds up the Red Card, now you hold up yours!

  3. Wagner Moura holds up the Red Card to child labour and joins ILO campaign

    10 October 2013

    The ILO announced its global campaign to stop child labour at the closing of the III Global Conference on Child Labour in Brasilia. Wagner holds up the Red Card with Cher, Tim Roth, Susan Sarandon, and other artists, athletes and activists. It is time for you to hold up yours!

  4. Brazilian artists hold up their Red Cards to Child Labour!

    08 October 2013

    To mark the III Global Conference on Child Labour in Brasilia (8-10 October), renowned Brazilian artists Wagner Moura, Camila Pitanga, Gilberto Miranda, Priscilla Camargo, Osmar Prado, Bete Mendes and Dira Paes team up with the ILO and its campaign to stop child labour now by holding up THEIR Red Cards. (in Portuguese with English subtitles)

August 2013

  1. Tim Roth: Hold up your red card to child labour!

    28 August 2013

    Actor and film director Tim Roth spearheads ILO campaign to show the red card to child labour, to raise awareness of the approximately 200 million girls and boys in child labour around the world.

  2. Actress Q'Orianka Kilcher speaks up, speaks out for indigenous peoples' rights

    09 August 2013

    To mark the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples on 9 August 2013, actress and activist Q'Orianka Kilcher has teamed up with the ILO to speak up for the right of the 370 million indigenous peoples across the world to live and work in dignity.

July 2013

  1. ILO-MTV search for good practices on youth employment

    18 July 2013

    The International Labour Organization and MTV have launched a campaign to promote good practices that support young people in accessing decent work. The campaign invites organizations implementing programmes on youth employment to submit their practices for a chance to promote them on MTV Agents of Change. Please note that the deadline to submit proposals has been extended until 15 October 2013! To learn more about the prizes and how to participate, visit: http://www.youthpractices.org

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