The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs relevant to the world of work in Central and Eastern Europe. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested in hard copy from the Budapest Information Center ( All publications of the DWT/CO-Budapest (including those published before 2009) are available in Labordoc, database of ILO publications.


  1. The largest drop in income inequality in the European Union during the Great Recession: Romania’s puzzling case

    14 October 2014

  2. Building an Integration System: Policies to Support Immigrants’ Progression in the Czech Labor Market

    01 October 2014

  3. Serbia Floods 2014: Recovery Needs Assessment

    31 July 2014

  4. Leaving No One Behind: Reaching Key Populations through workplace action on HIV and AIDS

    15 July 2014

    This literature review was commissioned to contribute to the body of knowledge on reaching key populations with HIV services. It sought to demonstrate how the workplace and/or the workforce could be creatively used to increase access to HIV services for key populations.

  5. Newsletter of the ILO National Coordinator Office in Albania

    10 July 2014

    National Labour Conference: Sustainable wage policy in Albania

  6. Access to and Effects of Social Protection on Workers living with HIV and their Households

    30 June 2014

    This report highlights the challenges faced by workers living with HIV and their households in accessing social protection programmes, examines the effects of such programmes on their lives and makes evidence-based recommendations.

  7. Bosnia and Herzegovina Floods 2014: Recovery Needs Assessment

    30 June 2014

  8. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2014/1

    20 June 2014

    The e-newsletter from the ILO DWT and Country Office for Central and Eastern Europe providing the latest developments and activities in the region as well as recent publications.

  9. Labour Force Migration Surveys of Moldova and Ukraine

    18 June 2014

    The survey sought answers about where Moldovan and Ukrainian workers migrate for employment, their education and qualifications, their economic activities at home and abroad, the frequency and duration of their journeys, etc.

  10. Assessment of Links between Education, Training and Labour Migration in Moldova

    27 May 2014

    It analyses interconnection between the professional education system in the Republic of Moldova, the local labour force supply and demand and labour migration.