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YouTube Highlights World Day For Decent Work

International Trade Union Confederation


ITUC Launches YouTube Video Channel with World Day for Decent Work Videos

In the lead-up to the World Day for Decent Work on 7 October, the ITUC today officially launches its channel on the video sharing website YouTube, with videos about the World Day for Decent Work from ITUC President Sharan Burrow and General Secretary Guy Ryder as well as ILO Director General Juan Somavia.

The ITUC site will contain videos produced by the ITUC itself, as well as those produced by other trade union organizations nationally and internationally. Already on the site are videos on Export Processing Zones in Haiti and in Honduras, repression of trade union and other human rights in Burma and Guinea, construction workers in Australia and a host of other topics.

Videos, accompanied by a short title and a maximum of 20 lines description of the video, may be sent to the ITUC for inclusion on the site. For more information, contact

The World Day for Decent Work videos may be viewed directly at:

To see Guy Ryder’s video: Click

To see Sharon Burow’s video: Click

To see Juan Somavia’s video: Click

ITUC YouTube channel:

The ITUC represents 168 million workers in 155 countries and territories and has 311 national affiliates. Website:


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