20 February 2013
This publication reviews the development of national migration policy in Ukraine (particularly labour migration policy), analyzes the current status of the international coordination of social security, and suggests measures for improvement.
20 February 2013
This publication presents a comparative review of the international legal instruments for social security coordination available for non-EU countries. The publication is intended to serve as an informational base for developing national strategy for social security agreements. Its primarily focus is on the countries in South and Eastern Europe, many of which are on route to acceding to the EU. However, the main conclusions regarding, in particular, the bilateral agreements will be valid for other non-EU countries as well.
20 December 2012
This publication provides an analysis on the role social dialogue and tripartite institutions played in response to the recent global economic crisis in four Central and Eastern European countries, namely Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Poland.
06 November 2012
22 October 2012
Bi-annual information newsletter of the project “Effective Governance of Labour Migration and its Skill Dimensions”
29 June 2012
Bi-annual information newsletter of the project “Effective Governance of Labour Migration and its Skill Dimensions” in Moldova
08 June 2012
Enhancing local skills policies for the food and tourism sectors
07 June 2012
11 May 2012
Significant gender differences with regard to wages and remuneration are prevalent in labour markets in every country of the world. In the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, however, they seem particularly high. According to one study, women’s average net wage in 2006 was 27.4 per cent lower than that of men. The paper provides an important overview of women’s employment in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia in the last 15 years, and presents a picture of gender equality in today’s labour market through data and the review of literature.
02 May 2012
This report describes the current system in Serbia in light of the principles of employment injury protection and looks at occupational safety and health issues in the context of current economic conditions and challenges.