20 September 2023
The value of free money
Lauren DeFilippo, Documentary Filmmaker
10 August 2023
Green jobs: A solution to youth employment and the climate crisis?
Rabiya Anwer, Assistant Secretary-General, Employers' Federation of Pakistan
Mette Grangaard Lund, Technical Officer in the Green Jobs Unit, ILO
Boitumelo Molete, Social Development Policy Coordinator, Congress of South African Trade Unions
28 July 2023
Fighting human trafficking in an era of crisis – how can we do better?
Lela Tolajian, Human rights activist and the Founder of the International Coalition Against Modern Slavery
Alix Nasri, ILO’s Technical Specialist on Forced Labour
19 July 2023
Does Artificial Intelligence threaten decent work?
Virginia Doellgast, Anne Evans Estabrook Professor of Employment Relations and Dispute Resolution, Cornell University
18 July 2023
Heat stress – how are we going to live with it?
Nicolas Maitre, Economist in the Research department of the ILO
16 June 2023
Is domestic work care work?
Claire Hobden, ILO Technical Specialist on Domestic Workers and other Vulnerable Workers
Mimi Jalmasco, Migrant domestic worker and Trustee of the UK organization, The Voice of Domestic Workers
Ai-jen Poo, President of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, U.S.
7 June 2023
Writing the rules of the game – how international labour standards are created
Tim De Meyer, Senior Adviser on Standards Policy, ILO
24 May 2023
When race holds you back in the workplace
Christiane Kuptsch, Senior Specialist in Migration Policy, ILO
Marlihan Lopez, Coordinator of the Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
11 May 2023
Is an algorithm your next hiring manager?
Mona Sloane, Ph.D. is a sociologist working on design and inequality, specifically in the context of AI design and policy
28 April 2023
Artificial Intelligence and the world of work – should we be scared?
Antonio Casilli, Professor of Sociology at the Polytechnic Institute in Paris, DiPLab co-director, INDL co-founder
Stacie Haller, Chief Career Advisor at ResumeBuilder.com
24 April 2023
After Rana Plaza: How has safety improved for garment workers?
Tuomo Poutiainen, Director of the ILO's Country Office for Bangladesh
17 March 2023
Why are key workers undervalued?
Janine Berg, Senior economist, ILO Research department
Iván Williams Jiménez, Policy development manager, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
8 March 2023
Can digital technology be an equality machine?
Dr. Orly Lobel, Warren Distinguished Professor of Law and Director, Center for Employment and Labor Policy, University of San Diego
27 February 2023
Tackling the productivity challenge
José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, Executive Secretary of ECLAC
Daniel Samaan, Senior Macro-economist, ILO’s Research Department
20 February 2023
ILO Director-General – Why we need greater social justice
Gilbert F Houngbo, ILO Director-General
17 January 2023
How can we protect the quality of jobs?
Stefan Kühn, Senior Economist in the ILO’s Research Department
12 January 2023
Working time and work-life balance
Jon Messenger, Senior Working Time Specialist, ILO
16 December 2022
Labour migration and diverse gender identities
Emily Dwyer, Co-Director of Edge Effect
22 November 2022
COP27 – What progress for the world of work?
Moustapha Kamal Gueye, Coordinator for the ILO Green Jobs Programme
18 November 2022
What’s the story on labour rights in Qatar?
Max Tuñón, Head of the ILO Project Office in Doha
1 November 2022
Living to dance and dancing to live
William Bracewell, Principle Dancer, The Royal Ballet
Jennifer Curry, Executive Director, Dancers' Career Development
10 October 2022
Mental health and the workplace
Susanna Harkonen, Workplace mental health specialist and founder of Inner Work
Nina Hedegaard Nielsen, Chief policy advisor on occupational health and safety at The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations
20 September 2022
Modern slavery is unseen because it's convenient
Sophie Otiende, Chief Executive Officer, Global Fund to End Modern Slavery and Founder of the Kenyan Azadi Initiative
Grace Forrest, Founding Director of Walk Free
22 August 2022
Wagner Moura: How to advocate for social change and end slavery
Wagner Moura, ILO’s unique Goodwill Ambassador on Forced Labour
15 August 2022
Can Ethiopia rebuild its COVID-19 damaged tourism sector?
Tewodros Derbew, Tourism Specialist at Ministry of Culture And Tourism, Addis Ababa
19 July 2022
Is there a place for grief at work?
Lizzie Pickering, Grief Investigator, Podcast and Film Producer
31 May 2022
What can the social and solidarity economy do for recovery?
Nadine Moawad, Co-founder of the Dikkeneh consumer cooperative, Beirut, Lebanon
13 May 2022
The Serious Business of Happiness at Work
Vanessa King, Head of Psychology & Workplaces and a Board Member of the not-for profit body, Action for Happiness
8 April 2022
Can you really afford not to invest in diversity and inclusion?
Dr. Gillian Shapiro, Founder and Managing Director, Shapiro Consulting
Nykeba King, Global Head of Inclusion and Belonging at The Body Shop
8 March 2022
Why investing in care is about equality
Emanuela Pozzan, Senior specialist in gender equality and non-discrimination, ILO
18 February 2022
How to make the informal formal?
Shahra Razavi, Director of ILO’s Social Protection Department
Susanita “Babes” Tesiorna, National President of the Philippines Alliance of Workers
11 February 2022
The universe still has the capacity to surprise us
Dr. Natasha Hurley-Walker, Astrophysicist, Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR)
18 January 2022
Digitizing a company also means changing its culture
Dr Sandy Chong, Founder of Verity Consulting and Chair of the ASEAN Business Alliance WA
7 January 2022
Is the menopause a workplace issue?
Dr Louise Newson, Doctor, leading menopause specialist and founder of the Balance menopause app
Professor Joanna Brewis, Professor of People and Organisations, the Open University Business School
7 December 2021
Why growth in wage inequality is a problem for us all
Patrick Belser, Senior economist and wage specialist, ILO
13 October 2021
Rural women don’t want charity, they want to feel empowered
Reema Nanavaty, Former General Secretary, Self Employed Women’s Association, India
Elisenda Estruch Puertas, Rural Economy Specialist, ILO
30 September 2021
The future is already here
Chidi King, ILO Branch Chief, Gender, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
12 August 2022
Left-handed workers in a right-handed world
Dr Marietta Papadatou-Pastou, Assistant Professor at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
12 August 2021
How digital labour platforms can provide decent jobs for young refugees
Drew Gardiner, ILO Youth Employment Specialist
Dr Andreas Hackl, Lecturer in social anthropology at the University of Edinburgh
2 July 2021
Making domestic work decent work in South Africa
Florence Sosiba, Domestic worker and President of The South Africa Domestic Service and Allied Workers Union
23 June 2021
Neuro-diversity and the workplace – positive or negative?
Neil Barnett, Director of Inclusive Hiring and Accessibility, Microsoft
Dr Nancy Doyle, CEO, Genius Within, Co-Director of the Centre for Neurodiversity at Work, Birkbeck College, University of London
29 April 2021
Why we need to invest now in resilient occupational safety and health systems
Manal Azzi, Senior Occupational Safety and Health Specialist, ILO
23 April 2021
Zimbabwe’s green economy trailblazers
Elizabeth Nyamuda, Founder and Managing Director, Tamba Washables
Luke Makarichi, Founder and Managing Director, GreenTec Energy
30 March 2021
The role of digital labour platforms in transforming the world of work
Uma Rani, Senior Economist in the ILO Research Department
Sergio Santos, Independent software engineer, France
Mercy Osongo, Independent translator & fundraiser, Kenya
Laura Cardona, Freelancer and Biologist, Colombia
19 February 2021
Can technology create a more equitable future of work?
Allen Blue, LinkedIn Co-Founder and Vice President
5 January 2021
Telework: Wild ride or win-win?
Jon Messenger, Senior Working Time Specialist, ILO