Dan Rees, Chief of Better Work
Talk about the Fourth Industrial Revolution can quickly get abstract. Discussion travels at lightning speed into a world of augmented reality and robots, blockchain and biotechnology.
At the International Labour Organization (ILO) – which this year marks 100 years of promoting decent work – our focus is fundamentally the same as in 1919; it’s about people, it’s about social justice. Continue reading
Shauna Olney, Chief of the ILO’s Gender, Equality and Diversity & ILOAIDS Branch
Srinivas B. Reddy, Chief of the ILO’s Skills and Employability Branch
Can indigenous and tribal peoples help save the planet?
That is a question we looked into when we teamed up with the University of Oxford to research what traditional knowledge means in everyday practice and how it can contribute to addressing climate change. Continue reading
Mette Schak Dahlmann, Danish Confederation of Trade Unions
Maybe my everyday life would have been a lot easier if I had been born male – but I wasn’t.
My name is Mette, I’m a woman, a trained bricklayer, and I’m gay. Continue reading