Ukraine resources

  1. Occupational safety through the eyes of children

    20 October 2022

    The All-Ukrainian Children’s Drawing Competition “Occupational safety through the eyes of children – 2022” took place this year despite hostilities. The event was organized by the OSH magazine with support from the State Labour Service of Ukraine and the ILO Project funded by the EU.

  2. With care for yourself and everyone: Tips for labour inspectors

    19 October 2022

  3. With care for yourself and everyone: Good practices

    19 October 2022

  4. With care for yourself and everyone: Policy and programme at the enterprise level

    19 October 2022

  5. With care for yourself and everyone: Psychological first aid

    19 October 2022

  6. With care for yourself and everyone: Psychological methods of self-recovery

    19 October 2022

  7. Recommendations of the ILO-ELA workshop "Reducing the risks of labour exploitation, trafficking in human beings, forced labour and undeclared work faced by the Ukrainian displaced persons"

    12 October 2022

    Prevention, protection, prosecution and international cooperation – key areas for which the participants of the ILO-ELA workshop proposed their recommendations. The event was initiated by the EU-funded ILO Project and the European Labour Authority (ELA) and conducted in Budapest on October 4th, 2022.

  8. © AFP 2022

    ILO and ELA join forces to reduce the risks of labour exploitation and human trafficking for Ukrainians fleeing from the war

    04 October 2022

    The ILO has already launched an information campaign on the dangers of forced labour which has reached 1.2 million refugees and internally displaced persons.

  9. © Sergei Chuzavkov / AFP 2022

    ILO scales up its assistance to Ukraine

    22 September 2022

    The additional funds will cover new services by Ukrainian Employers organizations, crisis support offered by trade unions and an e-Learning platform for Technical and Vocational Training and Education (TVET).

  10. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2022 September

    22 September 2022

    This issue, among others, reports on the ILO response to the crisis caused by the war against Ukraine. With ILO support, workers' and employers' organisations from Ukraine continue to provide emergency aid to internally displaced people and to enterprises that had to relocate. The ILO expanded collaboration with the State Labour Inspectorate of Ukraine on informing Ukrainian refugees on the risks of human trafficking and labour exploitation. The newsletter also introduces programme results and new projects. fresh publications and new staff.