Ukraine resources

  1. Executive Summary (FAO, 2009, J.F.M. Swinnen and K. Van Herck)

    01 December 2009

  2. Executive Summary (FAO, 2009, W.H. Meyers and G. Kurbanova)

    01 December 2009

  3. Information note for the UN Ministerial Conference, 2009

    01 December 2009

  4. Agenda of the UN Ministerial Conference, 2009

    01 December 2009

  5. German Technical Cooperation Agency (GTZ)

    27 November 2009

  6. Decent Work Country Programme for Ukraine 2006-2007

    16 November 2009

  7. Closing seminar of the Project “Consolidating the legal and institutional foundations of social dialogue in Ukraine”

    The participants in the workshop representing the Ukrainian government, the organizations of employers and trade unions as well as representatives of academia, international organizations, the Embassies of Germany, the United States of America, and France, discussed the main results of the project based on the findings of an independent evaluation.

  8. 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.

  9. KILM 6th Edition, Chapter 1c, MDG Employment Indicators: Country examples

    06 September 2009

    Chapter 1c looks at the latest available data for Botswana, Pakistan and Ukraine, countries of diverging economic and social contexts, with the aim of demonstrating how the MDG employment indicators can be used as a starting point for a fuller labour market analysis based on a broader set of indicators.

  10. Interactive cultural activities marked the World Day Against Child Labour in 2009 in Central and Eastern Europe

    The annual World Day Against Child Labour was marked by events in scores of countries around the world on 12 June 2009 amid growing concerns over the impact of the economic crisis on child labour, and in particular girls.