Ukraine resources

  1. Presentation to the FTUU seminar “Strengthening trade unions’ influence on the reform of the labour protection legislation. Improve by changing!”

    17 November 2021

    “International Standards for Safety & Health at Work” – the presentation of Zsolt Dudas, Manager of the ILO Project “Towards safe, healthy and declared work in Ukraine”, funded by the EU, at the FTUU seminar “Strengthening trade unions’ influence on the reform of the labour protection legislation. Improve by changing!” (November 17, 2021).

  2. Technical comments to the ME draft Law “On Occupational Safety and Health of Workers” (version submitted to CMU in October 2021)

    15 November 2021

  3. © ILO 2021

    A virtual immersion into Vocational Training: Preparing students with the help of simulators

    10 November 2021

    67,000 TVET students in Ukraine will get access to virtual training simulating key technical processes in 4 occupations. The ILO supported the development of four virtual training simulators. These efforts are part of the plans of the Ministry of Education to modernize vocational education and the active integration of modern technologies into curricula in the COVID-19 pandemic context. Students of vocational education institutions will be able to immerse virtually into work processes at a power plant, at sewing workshops, a restaurant’s hot shop, and a car diagnostic and service station. Digital technologies can simulate quite realistically a real work environment, professional equipment and work processes. This allows students to train in a safe context and to internalize work procedures more effectively. All these new learning technologies are available for students through the support of the ILO project “E-TVET in Ukraine: Training continuity and modernization during COVID-19 and beyond”.

  4. Presentations to the III International Conference on Occupational Safety in Construction

    04 November 2021

    “International Standards for safety & health at work” and “Good practices in OSH in construction” – two presentations of Zsolt Dudas, Manager of the ILO Project “Towards safe, healthy and declared work in Ukraine”, funded by the EU, at the III International Conference on Occupational Safety in Construction (November 5, 2021).

  5. Meeting No. 4

    12 October 2021

  6. Technical comments to the Draft Law on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Concerning Strengthening the Protection of Employees' Claims for Payment of Wage Arrears in Case of Insolvency of Employer

    11 October 2021

    The comments therein have been prepared with a view to supporting the process of social dialogue on labour law reform in Ukraine. They represent technical expert opinions only and are provided without prejudice to any official comments that may be made by the Office on the final draft or by the ILO bodies responsible for supervising compliance of Ukrainian labour legislation with international labour standards.

  7. Materials for Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival 2021

    29 September 2021

    Download the presentation and creative brief for nomination “Work safely — save lives and health”, supported by the EU-ILO Project and the State Labour Service of Ukraine within the 16th Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival in 2021.

  8. Materials for Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival 2021

    29 September 2021

    Download the presentation and creative brief for nomination “Go to light — declare work!”, supported by the EU-ILO Project and the State Labour Service of Ukraine within the 16th Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival in 2021.

  9. Three essential questions to Aleksandar Ristovski, Professor of Labour Law, Skopje

    21 September 2021

    In the third issue of short interviews with important researchers and practitioners from Central and Eastern Europe on burning questions concerning labour and social policies, we talked to Aleksandar Ristovski, Professor of Labour Law at ‘Ss. Cyril and Methodius’ University in Skopje, North Macedonia. We asked him about the restriction of labour rights following the COVID-19 crisis, particularly those of the most vulnerable, and about how to guarantee labour rights as we are building back better.

  10. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2021 September

    16 September 2021

    This issue reports on ILO response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Central and Eastern European region. It introduces programme results and new projects, and features fresh publications and new staff. Videos with the Director and Technical Specialists of the Office guide viewers on what the ILO did to mitigate the pandemic crisis, and on the services it can offer.