ILO DWT and Country Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia

The ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team and Country Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia (formerly called the ILO Subregional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia; the new name designated in April 2010) has worked in Moscow since 1959. The Office coordinates ILO activities in ten countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.


  1. ILO Supports a Knowledge Exchange Platform for Young Researchers

    09 October 2020

    The 11th interuniversity roundtable, "Russian Labour Market through the Eyes of Young Scientists," was held at the Moscow State University (MSU) on October 9, 2020, as part of the XV Science Festival "Labour and Man through the Eyes of Young Scientists: Creativity in a New Reality".

  2. © BRICS 2020

    BRICS commitment to jobs, social protection & social dialogue welcomed by ILO

    09 October 2020

    Higher levels of international cooperation and solidarity will be needed to meet the challenge to labour markets posed by COVID-19, says ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder.

  3. © Nenad Stojkovic 2020

    Let’s talk about mental health in the workplace

    09 October 2020

    ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, underlines the importance of looking after our mental health at a time when stresses are rising because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  4. ILO presented report on Women and Work in Uzbekistan: Towards Gender Equality and Decent Work for All

    08 October 2020

    Uzbekistan has taken significant steps to improve women’s situation in the world of work, yet gender gaps remain. Gender-equitable socioeconomic development will require promoting decent work and a social protection floor for all, and addressing gender biases in laws, policies, institutions, and practices, says new report on Women and Work in Uzbekistan launched in Tashkent today.

  5. Georgia’s Parliament adopts historic labour law reform package

    29 September 2020

    On 29 September, Georgia’s Parliament adopted an important labour law reform package. By offering much greater protection to workers, the adoption of the reforms, which were developed with extensive support of the ILO, constitutes a major step forward in bringing Georgia’s labour legislation in line with relevant international labour standards of the ILO and EU Directives and striking a better balance between the rights and interests of workers and employers.