"This is the news in brief from the United Nations for most people around the world having job doesn't mean economic security and new technology is making the situation worse. These are some of the main takeaways from the latest world employment and social outlook report from the International Labor Organization or ILO. It says that the majority of the three point three billion people employed worldwide last year, lacked sufficient, material, well-being and had too few opportunities for advancement. The unemployment rate has now dropped to levels seen before the financial crash that began in two thousand eight but the ILO says that work conditions have not improved and some businesses driven by new technology. Threatened to undermine hard-won social gains of recent decades. Chechens suspected of being lesbian, gay or bisexual have been killed as a result of torture and suffered other human rights abuses in recent weeks. Independent UN human rights experts said in a statement on Wednesday. The experts expressed alum at information indicating a worsening situation for LGBT people in Chechnya citing reports that forty people have reportedly been arrested since December twenty eighteen because of their perceived sexual orientation, the two deaths allegedly occurred as a result of torture during the tension. The statement goes on to say that victims attempting to flee the region are reportedly being prevented from doing. So by the Chechnya authorities whose methods include destroying or confiscating ide- papers the threat of criminal proceedings and forcing them to provide signatures on blank forms. And despite a host of new forms of digital communication radio continues to be vital lifeline in many parts of the world, especially remote and vulnerable communities and the UN's being celebrating the continued importance of the original broadcast, medium hosting events mocking world radio day u n run radio stations, send out vital information to communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo Central African Republic, Mali Senegal and south Sudan, promoting dialogue, tolerance and peace. The three interlinked themes of this year's international day in a video message UN secretary General Antonio guitarist described radio as a powerful tool even in today's world of visual communications radio reaches is more people than any other media platform, it conveys vital information and raises awareness on important issues. And it is a budget interactive platform where people can air their views concerns and grievances. Radio can create a community for the United Nations, especially all as peacekeeping operations radio is a vital way of informing reuniting and empowering people affected by war on this world radio day. Let us recognize the power of radio to promote dialogue, tolerance and peace. And don't forget that as well as our news and brief UN news. Also produces a steady stream of audio interviews and podcasts which you can find wherever you usually get your online audio Lennon urine news."