Bosnia and Herzegovina resources

  1. Employment diagnostic analysis: Bosnia and Herzegovina

    23 June 2011

    Employment Working Paper No. 86

  2. Youth Labour Markets in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    18 April 2011

    Employment Policy Papers, 2009/2, ILO Subregional Office for Central and Eastern Europe

  3. Closing Sub-regional Trade Union Seminar of the Project "Social Dialogue in Western Balkans and Moldova" Western Balkan countries and Moldova”

    The objective of the event was to evaluate work done within the framework of the project, to analyze lessons learnt in the process of implementation as well as to map follow-up activities after the closure of the project.

  4. A comparative overview of informal employment in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova and Montenegro

    15 February 2011

    This comparative overview has been published as a contribution to the ongoing debate on promoting decent work through the extension of labour protection to the informal economy. It seeks to be an inspiration for policy makers especially in South Eastern Europe to develop targeted solutions to the problem of informal employment.

  5. Council of Ministers, Response to HIV/AIDS in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2011-2016 Strategy, 2010, 37 pp.

    01 January 2011

  6. Strengthening social partnership in the Western Balkans (Final Evaluation Summary)

    01 January 2011

    Project RER/06/09/IRL - Evaluation consultant: Pluriconsult Ltd. (Ms. Roxana Mihalache)

  7. Challenges and Solutions for Economic and Social Councils in the Western Balkans and Moldova at a time of crisis

    01 January 2011

    Report on the Sub-Regional Tripartite Conference on the Role of Economic and Social Councils in the Western Balkans and Moldova at a Time of Crisis

  8. Decent Work Country Programme for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2008-2010

    16 November 2010

  9. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategy to extend the coverage of social security - Annexes (Volume 2 of 2)

    28 October 2010

    Eleven case studies were undertaken covering Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, Cyprus, Ghana, Jordan, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Mozambique, Nepal, Senegal, Thailand, and Zambia.

  10. Collective bargaining is still weak in South Eastern Europe.

    Collective bargaining could be a flexible and powerful tool to regulate terms and conditions of employment and relations between workers and employers, but it is still underdeveloped in most countries of South Eastern Europe.