31 January 2023
MEET THE MANAGER: Dorina Nika, ILO Project Coordinator "Access to Justice in Labour Disputes through Mediation and Conciliation in Albania"
23 January 2023
Dorina Nika, ILO National Project Coordinator explains what she does to improve access to labour justice for all workers in Albania through amicable dispute resolution with support from the Government of Sweden.
20 January 2023
MEET THE MANAGER: Zsolt Dudás, ILO Project Manager of "Towards safe, healthy and declared work in Ukraine"
13 December 2022
ILO Project Manager Zsolt Dudás explains the work he has been doing in Ukraine to prevent labour exploitation and human trafficking of internally displaced and refugee Ukrainians, how the ILO supports the State Labour Inspectorate to provide new services to workers and employers, and his work on occupational safety and health guidelines at the time of war.
06 December 2022
08 November 2022
Decent work is a driver of sustainable development: Decent work is about improving productivity and protecting and empowering everyone to achieve a sustainable world. Decent work flourishes in productive and sustainable enterprises: To create productive, sustained and inclusive economies, we need decent work. Transition to Formality Programme (KIGEP) that the ILO Office for Türkiye and Social Security Institution (SSI) implements serves for this purpose.
This summer children were at school, in classes, on stage, at the pool, at the museum, but not working for hazelnut harvest
14 September 2022
18 August 2022
Milica Djordjevic, ILO National Project Coordinator of the MAP16 project, funded by the US Department of Labor, explains what she does to reduce child labour and forced labour in Serbia. Child labour means that children are too young for their work or it is harmful for them. The ILO has been supporting governments for decades to address their child labour concerns, always tailoring interventions to local needs. In 2017, the ILO and its partners came out with a strategy which defines country priorities. In addition, the ILO conducted a national survey in 2021 which shows that 9.5% of children in Serbia are in child labour, mainly in agriculture. The ILO trained about 400 professionals (social workers, police, prosecutors and labour inspectors) to identify child labour situations. Checklists, tools and standards are at their disposal to tackle cases. The decree on hazardous child labour was adopted so that children in child labour or forced labour can receive immediate assistance.
15 July 2022
13 July 2022
Markus Pilgrim, Director of the ILO Office for Central and Eastern Europe explains the impact of the war against Ukraine on the country's labour market, how the ILO has supported the country, and talks about the support needed in the forthcoming months.