ILO in Central and Eastern Europe

The ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team and Country Office for Central and Eastern Europe provides advisory services to 18 member countries to develop policies and programmes that promote more and better jobs for all women and men. The work of the office focuses on the four strategic objectives of the ILO, promoting rights at work, encouraging decent and productive employment, enhancing social protection, and strengthening social dialogue. Geographically, the office concentrates on the Western Balkans, Moldova, and Ukraine. The office was established in 1993 and is located in Budapest, Hungary, with additional offices in the region. The team currently consists of 55 staff members.

What's new

  1. Bridging job market reality and aspirations

    Moldova: web platform launched to guide youngsters in career choices

    09 November 2017

  2. Scaling up alternative labour dispute resolution

    Serbian agency for settling labour disputes a model to replicate in the region

    04 October 2017

  3. 10th European Regional Meeting

    Video: What future for decent work in Europe and Central Asia

    02 October 2017

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