Serbia resources

  1. Guidelines for reinforcing the role of labour inspectors in addressing undeclared work

    19 March 2024

  2. Regional Peer Review Report of the Labour Inspectorates of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina (entity Federation of BiH-- Sarajevo Canton and entity Republika Srpska), Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia

    19 March 2024

  3. Meet the Technical Specialist: Magnus Berge, Workers' organisations

    12 March 2024

    Magnus Berge, Technical Specialist of the ILO Office for Central and Eastern Europe explains how the ILO assist trade unions so that they can promote better working conditions and rights for workers in the sub-region.

  4. Improving accessibility and effectiveness of grievance mechanisms for workers in Serbian enterprises in supply chains of EU-based companies

    29 February 2024

    The project will contribute to enhanced access to efficient grievance mechanisms for workers in target industries, thus improving sound collective labour relations. This will be achieved through creating evidence for informed reforms, capacity building and knowledge transfer, and awareness raising of all actors in the grievance process.

  5. Strengthening social dialogue in the Republic of Serbia

    26 February 2024

    The project objective is to strengthen the Economic and Social Council, with emphasis on the regulatory, institutional, and promotional framework for collective bargaining and dispute resolution. The project will aim to identify and address legal and implementation gaps in conducting effective tripartite and bipartite social dialogue, and improve the regulatory and institutional framework of social dialogue in Serbia.

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    Shaping migration narratives: Insights from the ILO/OSCE E-MINDFUL project

    02 February 2024

    The E-MINDFUL project, which closed in December 2023, developed evidence-based and action-oriented guidance, including innovative instruments, that can orientate future communication efforts on migration and migrants.

  7. Reflections on the introduction of Universal Labour Guarantee in selected Central and Eastern European countries

    23 January 2024

  8. Workers’ representatives in selected Central and Eastern European countries: Filling a gap in labour rights protection or trade union competition?

    23 January 2024

  9. Data mining and machine learning: Supporting labour inspectorates to address undeclared work

    23 January 2024

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    ILO supports an improved normative framework and better capacities to combat child labour in Serbia

    01 December 2023

    The ILO project “Measurement, awareness-raising and policy engagement to accelerate action against child labour and forced labour” (MAP16) funded by USDOL generated critical knowledge to inform policies and supported concrete measures to address child labour in Serbia, also paving the way for further action.