Hungary resources

  1. Conference on Pension Reform in Serbia

    In the context of the global economic crisis and in the long-term trend of aging population, Serbia is facing a challenge of sustaining the pension system while ensuring basic minimum benefits to protect the workers and their families. Pension reform is high on the national agenda in Serbia. Following amendments of the existing law, development of a new law on pension system is currently underway.

  2. Forms and provisions of daily childcare in Hungary

    For parents who work or would like to work, assuring appropriate care facilities for their children is a problem almost everywhere. The lack of adequate childcare facilities that address the needs of working parents and their employers has important implications for women’s labour force participation and gender equality. It also has repercussions for workplace productivity, economic development, child development and the well-being of families and society as a whole. To review the possible solutions for Hungary, the Hungarian Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour in cooperation with the International Labour Office (ILO) organized a seminar entitled “Forms and provisions of daily childcare in Hungary” on 18th September 2009 in Budapest.

  3. ILO marks its 90th anniversary with social dialogue for decent work and a fair globalization in Central and Eastern Europe

    Amid the worst financial and jobs crisis since the Great Depression, the International Labour Organization (ILO) marked its 90th anniversary in the week of 21-28 April and in September 2009. During this period, there was a global convergence on the common theme of social dialogue for decent work and a fair globalization in commemorative events in more than 100 countries across the world.

  4. Migrants and informal Work in Hungary

    08 May 2008

    This report on Hungary examines the situation of irregular employment of migrants, its terms and conditions of work, its evolution, its causes and the policies needed to eliminate such a situation. The premise is that irregular employment is detrimental to national economies, to native and migrants workers in regular employment as well as to those workers involved in it. The study prepared by Judit Juhász adopts a Delphi method, which is amply explained in the paper. Suffice to say, it is about the considered perceptions of a problem by a number of experts, and the author's examination of these perceptions.

  5. Diretory of Networks of Women Scientists 2003

    01 August 2007

  6. European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO)

    01 August 2007

  7. Act No. CXXV of 22 December 2003 on Equal Treatment and the Promotion of Equal Opportunities

    22 December 2003

  8. Act CXXV of 22 December 2003 on equal treatment and promotion of equal opportunities, unofficial English translation

    22 December 2003

  9. Pension Reform in Central and Eastern Europe - Volume 1

    01 March 2002

    Restructuring with Privatization: Case Studies of Hungary and Poland

  10. Decree No. 63/1997 of 21 December 1997 on the notification of HIV, Hungarian

    21 December 1997