Videos and photos

2010

  1. Support the Government Policy on the Elimination of Forced Labour and recruitment of children into Armed Forces ( Presentation for the TOT course for Army Personnel on 17 Feb 10 )

    17 February 2010

    Working together to eliminate forced labour and underage recruitment

2009

  1. Supporting the Government Policy on the Elimination of Forced Labour ( Presentation at Magway on Nov 09 )

    06 November 2009

    Supporting the Government Policy on the Elimination of Forced Labour

  2. Supporting the Government Policy on the Elimination of Forced Labour ( Presentation at Magway on Nov 09 )

    06 November 2009

    Supporting the Government Policy on the Elimination of Forced Labour

  3. ILO complaints mechanism for the elimination of forced labour (the presentation to IASC, in Myanmar)

    08 October 2009

  4. ILO complaints mechanism for the elimination of forced labour (the presentation to IASC)

    08 October 2009

  5. Supporting the Government Policy on the Elimination of Forced Labour

    07 October 2009

    Supporting the Government Policy on the Elimination of Forced Labour

2008

  1. ILC coverage: After the Cyclone - the ILO's work in Myanmar

    09 June 2008

    In the immediate aftermath of Cyclone Nargis hitting Myanmar the focus was inevitably on humantarian relief and the aid operation. Now attention is shifting to the longer term, and issues such as whether the next rice harvest can be saved and food shortages averted, and what measures need to be taken to stop forced labour being used in reconstruction work. The prevention of forced labour is at the heart of the ILO's mandate in Myanmar. The ILO's Liaison Officer for Myanmar, Steve Marshall, has been in Geenva, reporting to the International Labour Conference on the situation. As he prepares to return to Yangon, Sophy Fisher asked him what he thought the longer term effects of the cyclone disaster would be, in terms of the ILO's work.