Videos on indigenous and tribal peoples

  1. Indigenous and tribal peoples need urgent action to tackle poverty and inequality

    31 January 2020

    Thirty years after the adoption of the only international Convention on the rights of indigenous peoples, a new ILO report finds they are still more likely to be poor and face particular hardships in the world of work.

  2. Protecting indigenous peoples' rights in the Philippines

    09 August 2019

    2019 marks the ILO Centenary and the 30th anniversary of the Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989 (No. 169). Listen to the voices of indigenous peoples from the Philippines.

  3. Q'orianka Kilcher celebrates International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

    09 August 2019

    To mark International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, Actor, activist and singer Q’orianka Kilcher highlights the importance of the ILO Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, which addresses the rights of indigenous and tribal peoples worldwide.

  4. Yalitza Aparicio: Stop stereotyping, end discrimination

    09 August 2019

    Acclaimed actor Yalitza Aparicio, of the Oscar-winning film Roma, on International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples says that hate and discrimination has no place in the world. The rights of indigenous people must be protected.

  5. ILO 24-Hour Global Tour Manila Highlights

    11 April 2019

    The Philippines was the first country in Asia to broadcast live globally for the ILO 24-Hour Global Tour held on 11 April 2019, marking 100 years or the ILO Centenary. The event featured world-class talents to evoke decent work and key issues on labour and employment.

  6. ILO 24-Hour Global Tour Manila: Indigenous Peoples

    11 April 2019

    The ILO 24-Hour Global Tour Manila held on 11 April 2019 featured a segment on indigenous peoples. 2019 is not only the ILO Centenary but also the 30th Anniversary of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989 (No. 169).

  7. Towards securing rights of indigenous women domestic workers

    30 October 2017

    Ms. María de los Ángeles Sis, a domestic workers’ representative from SITRADOMSA (Guatemala), shares her experiences as an indigenous woman and domestic worker to highlight why decent work is critical for securing rights, and achieving women’s economic empowerment and gender equality.

  8. Empowering indigenous women through decent work

    19 September 2017

    Indigenous peoples are five per cent of the world's population but 15 per cent of the world's poor. As a result of exclusion and discrimination, indigenous women are often the poorest of the poor. They struggle more to find decent work. In Bolivia and Guatemala, the ILO and its partners are working to advance the rights of indigenous women, empower them economically and help them attain social justice.

  9. Empowering Indigenous Women in Bolivia's Construction Sector

    09 August 2017

    Indigenous peoples are five per cent of the world's population but 15 per cent of the world's poor. As a result of exclusion and discrimination, indigenous women are often the poorest of the poor. They struggle more to find decent work. In Bolivia, the ILO and its partners are working to advance the rights of indigenous women, empower them economically and help them attain social justice.

  10. Indonesia: Sustainable livelihoods and skills development for indigenous people of Papua (PCDP-II)

    03 January 2014

    The documentary highlights the improvement of managerial skills and technical skills of local institutions in providing business development services for local beneficiaries in Papua and West Papua. The documentary also highlights the promotion of business development services and entrepreneurship as well as portrays the success of the local communities in starting the business in three areas of Papua and West Papua (Jayawijaya, Manokwari and Fak-Fak).