Ukraine resources

  1. We train ambassadors of safe and declared work — Yevhen Romat, festival organizer

    05 January 2022

    Yevhen Romat, Professor of the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, the soul and heart of the Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival, shares his thoughts about collaboration with the ILO Project funded by the EU.

  2. Declared work guarantees secure future — Dmytro Serhiienko, Valeria Redka, Bohdana Fedosova

    05 January 2022

    Dmytro Serhiienko, Valeria Redka and Bohdana Fedosova study for a master's degree in marketing at the Sumy State University. In a contest video for the Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival, they raised the issue of pregnant women's work. The video, presented in an interesting and fun manner, won second place in the "Go to light — declare work!" category, supported by the ILO Project funded by the EU. We asked the winners to share what they wanted to say with their work.

  3. Declared work is good for both workers and employers — Michel Bodnar and Bohdana Surudzhiy

    05 January 2022

    Michel Bodnar and Bohdana Surudzhiy study for a master's degree in marketing at the National University of Chernivtsi. Their series of posters about the benefits of declared work in 2021 won 2nd place in the "Go to light — declare work!" category, supported by the ILO Project funded by the EU. We asked Michel and Bohdana what they meant to say with their works.

  4. Occupational burnout harms the efficiency of the entire enterprise — Alina Vovkoboy, Yana Yukhymenko, Olha Myrhorodska

    05 January 2022

    Alina Vovkoboy, Yana Yukhymenko and Olha Myrhorodska study at the Faculty of Systems and Mass Media at the Oles Honchar Dnipro National University. Their poster on burnout won the second place in the "Work safely — save lives and health!" category, supported by the ILO Project funded by the EU. Find out why they chose that subject.

  5. Winning the contest helped me believe in my potential – Diana Prykhodko

    05 January 2022

    Diana Prykhodko is a fourth-year graphic design student at the Kyiv National University of Technology and Design. In the autumn of 2021, Diana took part in the Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival for the first time. Her poster won third place in the "Work safely — save lives and health!" category, supported by the ILO Project funded by the EU. We asked Diana to tell us about her impressions of the contest.

  6. The society must condemn law violations – Oleksandr Vorobiov

    05 January 2022

    Oleksandr Vorobiov is completing his studies for a master's degree at the "KROK" University of Economics and Law, specialising in marketing. In 2021, he created a series of posters about undeclared work and won third place at the Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival in the category "Go to light – declare work!" (supported by the ILO Project, funded by the EU). We asked Oleksandr to tell how he chose ideas and created his works.

  7. Teleworkers and office workers are equal in their rights – Anastasia Kozak

    05 January 2022

    Anastasia Kozak has a bachelor's degree from the Kyiv National University of Technology and Design. In the autumn of 2021, Anastasia took part in the Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival, supported by the ILO Project funded by the EU, to test her skills in motion design. As a result, she won the 3rd place in the "Go to light – declare work!" category and learned a lot about telework.

  8. Work must be declared and safe — Ksenia Tkachuk

    05 January 2022

    Ksenia Tkachuk has a master's degree from the Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics. In the autumn of 2021, she took part, for the third time, in the Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival, supported by the ILO Project, funded by the EU. Ksenia won two prizes in the categories "Go to light — declare work!" (1st place) and "Work safely — save lives and health!" (3rd place). Learn how those were created.

  9. Winners of the Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival 2021

    13 December 2021

    Find out the results of the Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival in 2021, supported by the ILO Project for the third year in a row.

  10. Comments to the draft Law of Ukraine “On Amending Some Legislative Acts on the Procedure of State Supervision (Control) of Compliance with Labour Legislation”

    12 December 2021

    These are the ILO Project comments to the Ministry of Economy draft Law “On Amending Some Legislative Acts on the Procedure of State Supervision (Control) of Compliance with the Labour Legislation” (the October 2021 version submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for consideration).