Bosnia and Herzegovina resources

  1. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2019 July

    15 July 2019

    This issue reports on ILO programme results in the Central and Eastern European region, introduces a new project, features a new publication, training offers and new staff. It also tells how the ILO celebrates its Centenary.

  2. © Miralem Dizdarevic 2019

    Young entrepreneurs and innovators supported by ILO mark Europe Day in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    05 June 2019

    To celebrate Europe Day in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Mr. Christian Danielsson, Director General for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, European Commission and Ambassador Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, Head of the EU Delegation to BiH and EU Special Representative visited the “Center for development of innovations and entrepreneurship” in Sarajevo to see how the center works and meet with students.

  3. Staff voices from ILO Central and Eastern Europe

    13 May 2019

    Learn more about key ILO achievements in the region from interviews with ILO staff: Director of regional office and National Coordinators from 7 countries.

  4. Voices of change in Ukraine: ILO community celebrates Centenary

    06 May 2019

    As the oldest specialized UN agency, the International Labour Organization celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. Exactly one hundred years ago, on 11 April 1919, the plenary session of the Paris Peace Conference accepted the draft ILO Constitution which became part of the Treaty of Versailles signed on 28 June 1919 to end World War I. This remarkable date was celebrated by a day-long series of 24 Global Live Tour events spanning four continents to mark the ILO Centenary.

  5. Skills Development and TVET: a valuable training offer for the CEE region

    25 April 2019

    Are you passionate about TVET, Skills Development or Youth Employment and would like to increase your knowledge in this highly complex policy area? The offer of the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITC-ILO) may be the right learning experience for you.

  6. ILO provided assistance for the creation of 550 new jobs in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    08 April 2019

    The job creation project funded by EU and implemented by ILO facilitated the establishment of 19 local employment partnerships in BiH which trained more than 1,600 unemployed persons. A third of them have already been placed into new jobs and the approach is being replicated by other countries in the region.

  7. Promoting Inclusive Labour Market Solutions in the Western Balkans

    26 March 2019

    The overall objective of the project is to make national and local labour markets more inclusive. The project seeks to ensure that labour market institutions at the national and local levels have improved capacities to design and implement, in partnership with the private sector and the civil society, inclusive policies and programmes for individuals at risk of social and labour market exclusion.

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    Strengthening social protection for the future of work—extending the social security to workers in non-standard employment

    19 March 2019

    Europe has been experiencing a growing diversification in working arrangements, as exemplified through the decline of standard employment and the significant growth of non-standard forms of employment. These developments were discussed at a recent Conference "Automation, jobs and the future of work: understanding political and economic consequences" organized by the New Direction Foundation.

  9. Local employment partnerships in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    08 January 2019

    As one component of the EU Programme for Local Development and Employment, this ILO implemented project seeks to foster sustainable and partnership-driven active labour market frameworks at the local level in Bosnia and Herzegovina for an increased access to formal employment, particularly in flood-affected areas.

  10. Voices from the World of Work from Bosnia and Herzegovina

    08 January 2019

    On the occasion of the ILO Centenary, in the ‘Voices from the World of Work’ series we interviewed social partners in Bosnia and Herzegovina to hear their thoughts on the organization and the Future of Work. Jelena Prohaska (Senior Researcher at the Agency for Enterprise Development), Slavica Vućić Vojnović (Chief of Labour and Employment Section, Ministry of Civil Affairs) and Saša Aćić (Director, Union of Association of Employers) shared their views.