ILO in the media

2005

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    Pension reform in the United Kingdom

    28 February 2005

    An ILO TV report looks at pension reform in the United Kingdom.

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    Euronews Report on Pension Reform in Europe

    21 February 2005

    Euronews reports on pension reform in Hungary during the 7th ILO European Regional Meeting in Budapest.

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    Focus on Migration: Euronews coverage of the 7th European Regional Meeting

    14 February 2005

    Euronews covers the 7th European Regional Meeting in Budapest and talks to Patrick Taran about migration.

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    CNN World Report: Rapid Needs Assessment Survey in Sri Lanka

    19 January 2005

    In the days immediately after the tsunami, the ILO's JobsNet offices in Sri Lanka provided the only means of communication in many of the affected areas via their internet connection which continued to function when all others failed. Now, as relief in the form of food and shelter pours into the country, survivors are wondering how they will get back to the business of earning a living. The ILO is analysing the results of a rapid needs assessment survey in Sri Lanka that not only will show what jobs were lost, but what survivors need to regain their livelihoods.

2004

  1. Video

    Women Mechanics of India

    19 December 2004

    ILO TV highlights women who are learning non-traditional occupations in India for CNN World Report.

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    CNN Interviews Juan Somavia about "A Fair Globalization" Event

    19 September 2004

    Richard Roth of CNN's Diplomatic License interviews Director-General Juan Somavia about the event "A Fair Globalization" at the United Nations and the report of the World Commission on the Social Dimension of Globalization.

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    Coal Mining in East Kalimantan

    15 September 2004

    ILO TV looks at coal mining in Indonesia and at the woman who is helping to improve labor-management relations in that industry.

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    HIV/AIDS and Work

    12 July 2004

    Richard Quest of CNN interviews Odile Frank about the ILO's newest report about the economic impact of HIV/AIDS.

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    Child domestic workers in Central America

    18 June 2004

    CNN reports that more than 40 000 girls in Central America have been exploited as child domestic workers, some have been abused and kept in slave conditions.

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    World Day Against Child Labour

    11 June 2004

    ILO Paris Director Jean-Daniel Leroy is interviewed on France 2 about child domestic labour.