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  1. More and better jobs for Ukraine

    Why support Ukraine? Why working with the ILO?--Interview with Danish government officials

    23 February 2018

    Marie Pedersen Haug, Senior Advisor, and Lotte Mindedal, Development Counsellor at the Department of European Neighbourhood of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs explain why Denmark engaged in inclusive job creation in Ukraine and chose ILO as implementing agency.

  2. ILO partnerships

    Montenegro Minister of Labour meeting ILO High Officials

    23 February 2018

    Kemal Purišić, Minister of Labour and Social Welfare of Montenegro met with Guy Ryder, ILO Director-General and Heinz Koller, ILO Assistant Director-General and Director for Europe and Central Asia on 22 January, 2018. We asked Minister Purišić about their discussion and the cooperation between Montenegro and the ILO.

  3. LEP internal evaluation

    Promising results at half time: ILO comes out with mid-term evaluation of Local Employment Partnerships

    23 February 2018

    An internal mid-term evaluation of the ILO Local Employment Partnerships (LEP) program in Bosnia and Herzegovina shows that the EU funded project has proven to be a laboratory for designing local and customized solutions for employment challenges in municipalities or regions of the country. Through a competitive call more than 150 project applications were received. The best 15 proposals received a grant for implementing their proposals and have started to train unemployed with the objective of reintegrating them into the labour market.

  4. Partnerships for Sustainable Development Goals

    FYR of Macedonia joins Global Deal--Interview with Minister of Labour and Social Policy

    23 February 2018

    Macedonia became a Global Deal member in January 2018. We asked Ms. Mila Carovska, Minister of Labour and Social Policy about the Government’s expectations vis-à-vis the GD.

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    HIV/AIDS education for maritime students

    Ukrainian trade unions and ILO join forces to introduce HIV/AIDS prevention training for seafarers

    09 February 2018

    The Maritime Transport Workers’ Trade Union of Ukraine (MTWTU) in collaboration with the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has facilitated an HIV/AIDS prevention module in the Kherson State Maritime Academy (KSMA), being the first such module at Europe’s maritime academies.

  6. Event

    A just transition to a sustainable future: Next steps for Europe

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    More and better jobs for Ukraine

    Denmark pledges to scale up inclusive job creation in Ukraine

    05 February 2018

    The Government of Denmark signed a 5-year development agreement with the International Labour Organization to address labour market deficiencies standing in the way of development in Ukraine.

  8. Publication

    What does the new ILO WORLD EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL OUTLOOK – Trends 2018 report say about Central and Eastern Europe?

    05 February 2018

    The ILO's World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2018 takes stock of the current global labour market situation. The report launched during the recent annual meeting of the World Economic Forum raises concerns about the ability of the global economy to generate sufficient jobs. For Central and Eastern Europe the report states that the rebound of economic growth does not lead to major employment increase.

  9. © Nguyen Hung Vu 2018

    Gender and European Economic Policy

    Survey of European economists finds sizable gender gaps in opinions

    05 February 2018

    Male and female economists in Europe hold different views on core precepts and methods as well as policy, according to a study based on a survey of economists in EU countries. Two US academics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and an ILO expert authored the report.

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    Employment Partnerships in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Creating jobs through decentralized responses to local labour market needs

    24 January 2018