Video Gallery

Domestic Violence in the Workplace - Personal stories from Manitoba, Canada

March 15, 2016

This is the first of three short videos in which personal stories are shared about how domestic violence has impacted on the lives of  three women trade unionists from Manitoba, Canada.

India contract teachers

March 13, 2015

Indian teacher leader Rama Devi Thatinasamy talks about her country's contracting out teachers and its impact on her as a teacher. Interview was conducted by Jill Christianson, Senior Professional in International Relations with the National Education Association. Interview was conducted in New York during the 59th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.

Teacher migration - Asia-Pacific region of Education International

March 13, 2015

Education International Regional Asia-Pacific Coordinator Pathma Krishnan talks about teacher migration. Interview was conducted by Jill Christianson, Senior Professional in International Relations with the National Education Association. Interview was conducted in New York during the 59th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

Political declaration a huge disappointment

March 9, 2015

by Elizabeth Dandy, Canadian Union of Public Employees with the Canadian Labour Congress delegation

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoXgFyc7R5E

UNI Equal Opportunities at the 57th UNCSW

February 17, 2014

UNI Equal Opportunities with the help of more than 150 volunteers from UNI affiliates stood together against violence at the UN CSW 57 last March in New York City. The strenght of our voices made it possible for the UNCSW to adopt a paragraph that gives unions legitimate stakeholder rights in addressing discrimination, exploitation and violence in the workplace.

The ILO, CSW56 and inclusion of the words "decent work"

February 29, 2012

Jane Hodges, Director of the ILO Bureau for Gender Equality (GENDER) speaks about this year's UNCSW, its theme as well as the importance of including the words "decent work" in the Agreed Conclusions. (Apologies for poor sound quality)