International Women’s Day
To mark the International Women’s Day in 2014, the ILO Budapest Office started to collect views of its Central and Eastern European members on progress achieved and challenges ahead for women at work in the region.
Labour migration26 February 2014
The first modern Albanian employment centre opened last month to provide better services to jobseekers, particularly migrant workers returning to Albania from crisis countries in Europe.
Albania26 February 2014
The new strategy has introduced a new approach in Albania, when it aims to increase employment by adjusting vocational education and training to the labour market needs of the country, which will contribute to promote social inclusion and territorial cohesion.
Hungary14 February - 28 March 2014
The International Labour Organization (ILO) organized an exhibition from the best Central and Eastern European photos of the 'WORK4YOUTH' photo contest.
Global Employment Trends 201421 January 2014
Global labour markets still stalled despite slow economic recovery, according to the ILO’s Global Employment Trends 2014 report, which calls for an urgent switch to more employment-friendly policies.
Albania14 January 2014
The new employment office provides better services to Albanian job seekers and employers and offers a new model for the modernization of Albanian employment services.
Key Indicators of the Labour Market (KILM) 201311 December 2013
Job seekers are finding it increasingly difficult to secure a new job within six months or less, according to the new edition of the ILO's “Key Indicators of the Labour Market”.
Moldova19 December 2013
At least 25 per cent of workers in Moldova will work abroad at some point in their career. However, few of them know that in many cases they are entitled to receive social security benefits from their destination countries once they go back home. An ILO campaign is aiming to change that perception.
Moldova and Ukraine
After almost three years of implementation, the project “Effective Governance of Labour Migration and its Skill Dimensions” draws to a close in December 2013 resulting better understanding of migration issues.
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.