1 January 2012 - 31 December 2013
A €3 million project has started in Albania to support labour market institutions to improve their efficiency in increasing the employability of the Albanian labour force in line with the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) international labour standards and the principles and guidelines of the European Union (EU).
1 August 2011 - 31 December 2012
The project will improve HIV and AIDS legal and policy frameworks of Bosnia and Herzegovina to ensure the effective protection of rights of people living with HIV based on the ILO Recommendation No. 200.
1 March 2011 - 30 September 2013
The project, with funding by the European Union, aims at supporting Ukraine and Moldova to strengthen their capacity to regulate labour migration and promote sustainable return, with particular focus on enhancing human capital and preventing skills waste. It will also contribute to the development and effective implementation of rights-based migration policies and programmes, in line with the ILO labour standards and the principles and guidelines of the ILO Multilateral Framework on Labour Migration.
1 January - 30 November 2011
The project aims at fostering implementation of the Global Jobs Pact in the South Eastern European region through the design of policy options in countries with serious constraints of public finance and with labour markets particularly vulnerable to external shocks. The project provides inputs for the design of recovery packages and strategies that respond to country-specific needs.
1 October 2010 - 31 December 2012
In South Serbia the ILO is implementing, with other UN partners, a joint programme aimed at promoting local economic development by fostering employment opportunities for disadvantaged groups.
1 January 2010 - 31 December 2012
The project was developed by the ILO and the European Commission to better address safety and health at work as a vital component of decent work. It will be implemented over two and a half years between 2010 and 2012 in five pilot countries. The overall goal of the project is to contribute to a more inclusive and productive society through a reduction in occupational accidents and work-related diseases.
1 May 2009 - 30 November 2011
The Youth Employment and Migration (YEM) Joint UN Programme of Serbia supports national and local institutions to implement policy and operational measures that will increase youth employment in Serbia and reduce the negative impact of return and irregular migration. IOM, ILO, UNDP and UNICEF are implementing the Joint Programme with institutions mandated to address youth, employment, migration and social policies.
1 April 2009 - 1 June 2010
The Project supported the drafting process of a gender-sensitive Action Plan (KAP) for Prevention and Elimination of Child Labour for 2010-2013 of Kosovo (as defined by UN Security Council Resolution 1244) based on consultations with the key stakeholders. The KAP provides a framework for priority setting, and definition of the roles and responsibilities of public institutions and stakeholders concerned with child labour issues, including employers’ and workers’ organizations, civil society representatives, international development partners, and other key stakeholders.
6 November 2008 - 6 January 2012
The UN Joint Programme on Youth Employment and Migration (YEM) of Albania intends to position Youth Employment as a national priority in governmental policies. Tools, such as the National Action Plan on Youth Employment and the Territorial (Youth) Employment Pacts, assist policy makers in the implementation of coherent strategies that address the problem of informal employment and youth migration.
1 September 2008 - 31 December 2011
The State Employment Service of the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine (SES), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and International Labour Organization (ILO) jointly, and in cooperation with NGOs of people with disabilities, implement a Project on Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities through Access to Employment. The overall objective of the Project is to facilitate a proactive inclusion of people with disabilities in the open labour market in order to safeguard their equal rights and opportunities. The Project also strengthens institutional capacity of the State Employment Service, and other partners to provide employment services to people with disabilities.