The ILO launched a photo contest to shed light on youth employment issues, and the challenges young people face in the workplace. The photo contest was financed by The MasterCard Foundation.
We wish to thank the hundreds of people who have sent us their amazing pictures! Click to see the winning photos!
Further selection of the best photos from Central and Eastern Europe is available on Flickr
Article04 December 2013
More than 25 per cent of the economically active population of the Republic of Moldova has had an experience of working abroad. An ongoing communication campaign of the ILO aims to inform Moldovan migrant workers about their social security rights.
Interview12 November 2013
The Montenegrin Employers Federation (MEF) published a report entitled Assessment of the environment for women entrepreneurship in Montenegro on September 2013 with the financial and technical assistance of the ILO. ILO Online asked Ms Zvezdana Oluic, Head of PR and Marketing Sector about the results of the survey.
Migrant workers08 November 2013
“We cannot allow tragedies like the one in Lampedusa, and more recently in Malta and Niger, to become commonplace,” says ILO Director-General Guy Ryder during a high-level panel on labour migration at the ILO.
Press release30 October 2013
The Organization´s executive body discusses ways to address new challenges and realities in Europe and Central Asia.
Interview15 October 2013
The DWT/CO-Budapest welcomed its new Director Antonio Graziosi on 1 October, 2013.
Press release06 October 2013
Regional employer’s organizations are joining forces in order to support national governments in finding solutions for recovery from economic crisis, through development of favourable business environment which will enable competitiveness and sustainability of companies, business development and creation of new jobs.
New publication06 October 2013
Regulatory framework, access to credit, informal economy, good governance and skilled labour force were identified as most important challenges for business in Montenegro.
New report23 September 2013
A new ILO report shows that the fight against child labour is on the right track, but the goal of eliminating its worst forms by 2016 will not be met at the current pace.
New publication20 September 2013
A new ILO study confirms that the 2011 legislative reforms on industrial relations in Romania have been detrimental to social partnership, collective bargaining and the quality of employment. Therefor the ILO proposes several amendments to the current legislation to ensure better protection of workers by collective agreements.
Publication15 February 2013
This new manual is designed for trade union trainers responsible for organizing courses at the sectoral or national level. A particular focus is put on the Central and Eastern European Countries, both EU New Member States and Candidate Countries. It is centered around the specific conditions and needs trade unionists from these countries face when it comes to strengthening social dialogue. It has been translated into Romanian, Croatian, Polish, Hungarian, Slovenian, Czech, Lithuanian and Bulgarian.