Albania02 July 2014
Italian companies are increasingly turning to Albanian migrant workers who are going back home to work at their call centres. An EU-funded ILO project is helping employment centres in Albania to modernize and to assist migrant workers looking for a new job.
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Labour migration24 June 2014
On June 24 the Conference ‘Decent work for the migrant workers’ summarized the achievements of the Project ‘Effective Governance of Labour Migration and its Skills Dimensions’. Drawing to a close in June 2014, the project resulted in better understanding of labour migration and its governance.
Press release20 June 2014
The ILO has coordinated a damage assessment of floods on jobs, livelihoods and enterprises in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This was part of the Coordinated Recovery Needs Assessment led by the authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina and supported by the European Union, the United Nations and the World Bank.
ILO Director-General Guy Ryder has expressed his deepest symphathy to the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia for the destruction and loss of life recently caused by devastating floods in the region. He offered the ILO’s assistance in the recovery process as part of the UN and international response to the crisis.
World Social Protection Report 2014/153 June 2014
A new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) presents the latest social security trends and finds that most people are without adequate social protection at a time when it is most needed.
World of Work 2014 report27 May 2014
The ILO’s flagship report on the world of work shows, for the first time, that quality jobs can drive sustained growth in emerging and developing countries.
Forced Labour20 May 2014
Report finds illegal gain from forced labour of about 21 million people amounts to three times more than prior estimates.
Maternity and paternity at work13 May 2014
Despite progress in maternity benefits and a trend supporting paternity leave, an ILO report finds most women around the world are still not protected at work.
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.