Videos and audio stories


  1. COVID-19 pandemic and Migrant workers: What role for Trade Unions?

    30 July 2020

    There are 164 millions migrant workers around the world and they have been very impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. How can trade unions protect migrant workers during the COVID-19 crisis? Learn more here..

  2. Green entrepreneurship and a just transition in the auto-waste sector in Fiji

    23 July 2020

    A brief looks at how the auto industry sector in Fiji can transition to a greener economy and what are the constrains to do this.

  3. COVID-19 Pandemic and Migrant workers: the experience from Nepal...

    25 June 2020

    Migrant workers are exposed to vulnerable situations, decent work deficits and inequalities in normal times, and the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated their situations. Ramesh Badal from the General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions (GEFONT) shares the challenges faced by migrants workers in Nepal and the actions taken by Unions to support them in the country.

  4. Ratification of ILO's Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (No. 190)

    24 June 2020

    The ratification by Fiji, the second after Uruguay, will allow Convention No. 190 to enter into force in June 2021.

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    COVID 19 Pandemic: Stimulating the Economy Recovery and Jobs

    18 June 2020

    The ILO policy framework is hinged on four key pillars in tackling the COVID-19 crisis on the basis of International Labour Standards. What can trade unions do to implement the pillar on stimulating the economy and jobs?Learn more here...

  6. Statement by Mr Kameli Batiweti, CEO, Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation, on World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    11 June 2020

    Mr Kameli Batiweti, CEO, Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation shares his message on #nochildlabourday 2020. #COVID19 could result in a rise in poverty and therefore to an increase in child labour as households use every available means to survive.

  7. Statement by Mr Matin Karimli, Director ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries on World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    11 June 2020

    Mr Matin Karimli, Director - ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries shares his message on #nochildlabourday 2020. The #COVID19 crisis could lead to the first rise in child labour after 20 years of progress, according to a new brief from the ILO & UNICEF.

  8. Statement by Mr Sanaka Samarasinha - UN Resident Coordinator for the Pacific on World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    11 June 2020

    Our sincere gratitude to Sanaka Samarasinha - UN Resident Coordinator for the Pacific - for sharing his message on #nochildlabourday "In times of crisis its is important to keep the spotlight on vulnerable children and families."

  9. Statement by Hon. Parveen Bala Kumar, Minister for Employment, Productivity, Industrial Relations, Youth and Sport, The Government of Fiji on World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    11 June 2020

    In times of COVID-19, Fiji an Alliance8.7 pathfinder country is committed to provide children with the best care and protection.

  10. Covid-19 Prevention mitigation measures: Ten Action Points for Trade Unions

    10 June 2020

    Across the globe, Governments are now confronted with the major challenge of putting in place appropriate exit strategies to come out of COVID-19 pandemic.What is the role of trade unions during lockdowns, shutdowns and re-opening? Learn more here...

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    COVID-19: What role for Workers' Organizations?

    17 April 2020

    The COVID-19 outbreak is the most severe crisis facing the world since the Second World War. It is not just a public health issue, but causing massive disruptions in the world of work. Workers’ organizations have a crucial role in combating the outbreak. Discover how...​

  12. My Future Our Plant

    05 March 2020

    #myfutureourplant starts with children


  1. Earthquake victims get gravity-fed water supply in Papua New Guinea

    13 December 2019

    A ILO-Japan funded partnership infrastructure project is helping earthquake-affected communities in the Nipa district to access clean drinking water.

  2. Demanding just transition for Pacific young workers and employers

    04 December 2019

    As the world engages at COP25 to discuss climate change, young workers and employers from the pacific express their concerns and priorities to achieve a just transition for decent work. They are concerned as future leaders of workers and employers' organizations and are at the frontline of the impact of climate change.


  1. ILO Centenary: Testimony of Felix Anthony (Fiji)

    24 May 2018

    What are the main contributions of the ILO to promote social justice around the world? For the celebration of the ILO's Centenary in 2019, Felix Anthony, National Secretary of Fiji Trades Union Congress (FTUC, Fiji) gives his testimony.


  1. Future of Work: Interview with Felix Anthony

    01 August 2017

    How the unions can address the challenges of the future of work? Ideas from Felix Anthony, President of the ITUC-Asia/Pacific and General Secretary of FTUC, Fiji.


  1. Promoting Decent Work opportunities for disabled people in Fiji

    03 December 2016

    This video describes some of the work the ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries is doing in collaboration with the Pacific Disability Forum (PDF) to assist disabled persons in Fiji. This initiative is part of the Pacific Enable Project

  2. Community Based Emergency Employment - Tropical Cyclone Winston recovery

    01 August 2016

    Enabling rural farmers and families to access social protection to reduce loss of income through Community Based Emergency Employment (CBEE)

  3. Asian Decent Work Decade

    03 July 2016

    This video focuses on the important role of decent work in building stronger, fairer societies in Asia and the Pacific.

  4. The ILO in Solomon Islands

    15 February 2016

    A summary of key results of ILO's work in the Solomon Islands under the joint UN project on "Human Security initiatives: "tensions" reduction, reconciliation and rehabilitation." The ILO has contributed by improving the livelihoods of people affected by civil unrest, in particular young people, inmates, persons with disabilities and females affected by the tensions.