ILO DWT and Country Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia

  • Diagnostics of Informality in Tajikistan

    “The three pillars of the ILO human-centred agenda for the future of work – investing in people’s capacities, investing in the institutions and work and investing in decent and sustainable work - will surely guide the national efforts in reducing informality and promoting formalization” – this statement was made by Valentin Mocanu, ILO Moscow Senior Specialist on Labour Administration, Labour Inspection and OSH, at the opening of a national tripartite + round table in Dushanbe on 9 April, organized in the framework of the ILO project “From the Crisis towards decent and Safe Jobs”.

  • Training for Judges in the Russian Federation

    Fifteen judges came together on April 5 in Moscow to learn how international labour standards can be used in resolving labour disputes in domestic courts.

  • Government of Georgia lines up for Decent Work through Corporate Social Responsibility

    Over 20 representatives from different line ministries gathered in Borjomi, Georgia to discuss decent work and responsible labour practices and its implications for Government within the framework of the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration).

  • Principles of Social Justice Reaffirm Their Relevance in the ILO Centenary Year: Conference in Bishkek

    At a tripartite conference in Bishkek, the International Labour Organisation presented the main conclusions of the Global Commission on the Future of Work’s report “Work for a Brighter Future”. The conference commemorates the ILO centenary and the World Day of Social Justice celebrated annually on February 20.

  • Our story, your story

    ‘To mark the ILO’s Centenary year, we are excited to be launching a new multimedia, interactive website on 9 January that will take you through the past, present and future of the ILO in a way you’ve never experienced before.  The Organization’s work over the decades has affected all of our daily lives – from the working week, to occupational safety and health at work to social protection, and more - so it will be both our story and your story. Join us here on 9 January as we celebrate 100 years of advancing social justice and promoting decent work.’

  • A future of work for Russian youth

    Youth employment remains a priority for the ILO as the Organization moves into its second century.  A project in Russia’s West Siberian region addresses this key future of work challenge by seeking to change employers’ perceptions and creating opportunities for the most vulnerable youth.

  • ILO Director-General on First Ever Visit to Uzbekistan

    TASHKENT (ILO News) – Mr. Guy Ryder, Director-General of the International Labour Organization (ILO), is on his first ever visit to Uzbekistan.

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.

News

  1. © World Future Council 2019

    Awarding innovative policies to empower youth

    18 April 2019

    National, local and regional governments and non-governmental organizations are encouraged to showcase decent work policies that help youth reach their full potential.

  2. Diagnostics of Informality in Tajikistan

    09 April 2019

    “The three pillars of the ILO human-centred agenda for the future of work – investing in people’s capacities, investing in the institutions and work and investing in decent and sustainable work - will surely guide the national efforts in reducing informality and promoting formalization” – this statement was made by Valentin Mocanu, ILO Moscow Senior Specialist on Labour Administration, Labour Inspection and OSH, at the opening of a national tripartite + round table in Dushanbe on 9 April, organized in the framework of the ILO project “From the Crisis towards decent and Safe Jobs”.

  3. Training for Judges in the Russian Federation

    05 April 2019

    Fifteen judges came together on April 5 in Moscow to learn how international labour standards can be used in resolving labour disputes in domestic courts.

  4. Activists welcome progress towards eradication of forced labour, child labour in Uzbekistan

    03 April 2019

    A conference in Brussels has welcomed an ILO report that found the Uzbek government did not systematically use child labour or forced labour during the 2018 cotton harvest. The report found that government reforms are having an impact, but that there are still many challenges at local level.

  5. 100 years in a day – the ILO embraces the globe with a ‘virtual’ tour

    28 March 2019

    A global webcast, covering 24 offices in 24 hours, will showcase the diversity of ILO work, as part of the ILO 100 celebrations.