Videos and photos


  1. كوفيد -19: كيف ننهي العنف والتحرش في عالم العمل؟

    12 November 2020

    كشفت بعض الإجراءات الطارئة الضرورية التي تم تبنيها لقمع انتقال كوفيد -19 عن أشكال مختلفة من العنف والمضايقات في عالم العمل وفاقمت منها. كيف يمكن للنقابات القضاء على العنف والتحرش في مكان العمل أثناء وبعد جائحة COVID-19؟ إليك مقطع فيديو لتبدأ ...

  2. COVID-19: How to end violence and harassment in the world of work?

    12 November 2020

    Some of the necessary emergency measures adopted to suppress the transmission of covid-19 have exposed and exacerbated various forms of violence and harassment in the world of work. How can unions eradicate violence and harassment in the workplace during and after the COVID-19 pandemic? Here's a video to get you started...

  3. Burning hands

    06 November 2020

    Ko Ko Kyaw - the young boy in Kit Kit’s film ‘Burning Hands’ - has been working since he was seven-years-old, carrying cement on construction sites in the hot Mandalay sun. His hands get so raw and bloody that his mother tries to heal them with candle wax. Physical exhaustion and sleep deprivation are daily struggles.

  4. Nowhere to go

    05 November 2020

    At seven months pregnant, this young woman has nowhere to go. She left school to work aged 7, started to sniff glue at 12, spent time in jail, and has already lost two newborn babies.

  5. Pandemia de COVID-19: ¿Cómo Apoya la OIT a las Organizaciones de Trabajadores?

    05 November 2020

    Desde marzo de 2020, la Oficina de Actividades para los Trabajadores (ACTRAV) de la OIT ha estado a la vanguardia para garantizar que las organizaciones de trabajadores tengan la información y la asistencia que necesitan para mitigar el impacto socioeconómico de la pandemia de COVID-19. Aquí algunos servicios y acciones de ACTRAV para las organizaciones de trabajadores de todo el mundo...

  6. Pandémie de COVID-19: Comment l’OIT soutient-elle les organisations de travailleurs?

    05 November 2020

    Depuis mars 2020, le Bureau des activités pour les travailleurs de l'OIT (ACTRAV) est à l'avant-garde pour garantir que les organisations de travailleurs disposent des informations et de l'assistance dont elles ont besoin pour atténuer l'impact socio-économique de la pandémie COVID-19.Voici quelques services et actions fournis par ACTRAV aux organisations de travailleurs à travers le monde...

  7. I miss school

    07 October 2020

    As she leans over her notebook, practicing writing with her favourite red pen, 12-year-old Khin looks like any diligent school student. Yet the sad reality is that she stopped going to school soon after her father died, and now works doing temporary jobs such as roofing, cutting bamboo and carrying firewood.

  8. Tears in one eye

    07 October 2020

    13-year-old Bawk Seng - a talented emerging photographer - was born paralyzed on one side of her face, only able to cry from one eye, among several physical disabilities.

  9. “Weirdo": The story of Wahso Moe, a child labourer, during the pandemic

    08 September 2020

    8-year-old Wahso Moe works at least ten hours a day in a brickyard. His family is struggling to pay off a debt to the owner and buy enough food to survive. The young boy gets only MMK3500 ($2.50) for carrying tonnes of mud in a bucket on his head. As if life wasn’t already hard enough for Wahso Moe, he suffered injuries and memory loss after being hit by a motorcycle, and people started taunting him, calling him “weirdo” as a result.

  10. I know what I want!

    31 July 2020

    11-year-old Thandar Aung from Myanmar dreams of being an engineer, or maybe a teacher or a doctor.