ILO in the media


  1. Business Matters, BBC World News

    Migrant workers more vulnerable to abuse in Thai fishing and seafood industry, says ILO

    07 March 2018

    An ILO project funded by the European Union assessed working conditions in the fishing and seafood industry in Thailand, a subject of intense global scrutiny over the last three years. The BBC World News show Business Matters interviews ILO senior programme officer, Jason Judd, about the project's findings.

  2. The Economist

    Why it’s hard to reduce informality in Latin America’s labour market

    15 February 2018

  3. The Economist

    Men and women in economics have different opinions

    15 February 2018

  4. CNN International

    How to end domestic worker abuse

    13 February 2018

    CNN speaks to ILO expert Claire Hobden about what needs to be done to end domestic worker abuse. "It boils down to the household. How are households going to respect domestic work and see it as dignified work?" she says.

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    BBC News

    How the other two-thirds live and work

    25 January 2018

  6. Bloomberg

    Finding a decent job may be difficult this year, ILO says

    22 January 2018

  7. Euronews

    New technology: Destroyer or creator of jobs?

    18 January 2018

    Advances in technology are having a big impact on a broad range of industries, provoking intense debate about the future of work. Read the new Euronews special on the Future of Work.


  1. The Hindu

    95% youth in developing nations work in informal economy

    21 November 2017

  2. Business Day TV

    How can Africa translate the shift towards a younger population into economic prosperity?

    10 November 2017

    The ILO's employment specialist Dr Bernd Mueller participates in a discussion on "Putting Africa to Work" with Business Day TV's head anchor Alishia Seckam. They focus on what countries across the continent can do to create more jobs and keep up with a growing youth population. Business Day TV broadcasts to over ten million viewers in nine countries across Southern Africa.

  3. Deutsche Welle TV

    Germany needs to continue investing in adult education, says ILO

    04 September 2017

    Ekkehard Ernst, Chief of the ILO's Macroeconomic Policy unit, discusses German employment trends with Deutsche Welle TV, including the concern about long-term unemployment and the need for Germany to continue investing in life-long learning institutions.