ILO in the media

2019

  1. CNBC

    Technology ‘breeding disorientation’ and affecting politics, Guy Ryder says on CNBC

    23 January 2019

    Guy Ryder, Director-General of the International Labour Organization (ILO), discusses political uncertainty, economic growth and the rise of populism during an interview on CNBC from WEF in Davos, Switzerland.

  2. Quest Means Business, CNN

    ILO chief Guy Ryder discusses the future of work with Richard Quest

    23 January 2019

    With the advance of technology and the impact of automation on jobs, "the people who will be less well-placed to recycle into new jobs are the ones that are likely to be hardest hit," said the ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, discussing the future of work with CNN presenter, Richard Quest at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

  3. © John Robertson /Guardian 2019

    The Guardian, UK

    Robot era shouldn't mean end to workers' rights, says UN agency

    23 January 2019

  4. © Lauren Maccabee 2019

    The Guardian, UK

    When escaping an abusive employer is a crime: the trap Britain sets for Filipino domestic workers

    15 January 2019

  5. © REUTERS/Edgar Su 2019

    Reuters

    Singapore urged to fix rules on hiring domestic workers to stop forced labour

    15 January 2019

  6. Xinhua, China

    ILO marks 100th anniversary with global campaign

    11 January 2019

2018

  1. © Elyor Nematov 2019

    The Wall Street Journal

    Uzbekistan Picks Away at Forced Labor in Its Cotton Fields

    17 December 2018

  2. Expatica

    Number of migrant workers swells nearly 10% in five years: UN

    05 December 2018

  3. © Reuters 2019

    VOA News

    Growth of Labor Migration Provokes Hostility in Host Communities

    05 December 2018

  4. © The Guardian 2019

    The Guardian, UK

    Conflicts and poverty drive big jump in global migration, finds report

    05 December 2018