Hollywood celebrities met with the ILO to discuss how they can contribute to the campaign to end modern-day slavery.
Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer and director Ron Howard lend a hand to the ILO’s Green Jobs Programme.
More than 20 million women, men and children are trapped in slavery all over the world. Prominent artists, athletes and activists are teaming up with the ILO to end slavery now, and so can you.
I’m Nicolas Cage and I am proud to be lending my voice to support the work of the International Labour Organization to end child labour across the world.
ArtWorks brings together the ILO and artists committed to promoting fundamental rights in the world of work.
Work and art are part of the human condition. From the first time that human beings gathered food, or built themselves shelter, or turned a skin pelt into clothing, work has been an integral part of our lives.
215 million girls and boys between the ages of 5 and 17 across the world are child laborers. They have little or no time to play; are often deprived of quality education and many do not receive proper nutrition or care. They are denied the chance to be children.
The global jobs crisis has hit young people the hardest. 75 million jobless young people have already been scarred by the global economic crisis – but together we can prevent them from becoming a ‘lost generation’.