ILO in the media


  1. BBC World News

    Profits rise for businesses with women in senior management, says ILO

    23 May 2019

    A new report from the ILO shows gender diversity improves business outcomes, and makes it easier to attract talent. Deborah France-Massin, Director of the ILO Bureau for Employers’ Activities discusses the findings with BBC World News.

  2. © AFP / France24 2019


    Gender diversity good for businesses and economies: UN

    22 May 2019

  3. The Voice

    ILO Meeting of Caribbean Ministers of Labour gets underway in Barbados

    15 May 2019

  4. Jamaica Observer

    The future of work in the Caribbean

    14 May 2019

  5. © Reuters 2019


    Workers of the world face multiple challenges, says new report

    06 May 2019

  6. Asia Business Report, BBC World News

    We have to decide what we want the future of work to look like, says ILO Director-General

    01 May 2019

    On the occasion of Labour Day, ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder was interviewed by the BBC's Asia Business Report about the future of work and the opportunities for Asia to further promote labour rights, as we move into the fourth industrial revolution.

  7. © Gulf Today 2019

    Gulf Today

    World needs to tackle e-waste challenge

    20 April 2019

  8. XinhuaNet

    Work changes creating new safety and health issues: ILO report

    19 April 2019

  9. Deutsche Welle

    6500 people die of work-related illness and injury daily, says the ILO

    19 April 2019

    An ILO report on occupational safety and health (OSH), published ahead of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28 April reveals some of the emerging challenges and opportunities in creating better working environments. ILO Technical Specialist on Occupational Safety and Health, Manal Azzi discusses the report's findings with Germany's international broadcaster Deutsche Welle.

  10. © Paul Hennessy / NurPhoto 2019

    Emirates News Agency

    Stress, overtime and disease contribute to 2.8 million workers’ deaths per year, reports UN labour agency

    19 April 2019