The ILO offers information to prevent labour exploitation of Ukrainian refugees seeking work in Germany
16 September 2022
The ILO Berlin and Budapest offices, in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Federal German Employment Agency, joined forces to come out with a flyer on the dangers of labour exploitation to help Ukrainian refugees who look for employment in Germany.
Market Systems Approach for Decent Work in Ukraine - Sector Selection Report. Prioritising the pathway for vulnerable workers in economic reconstruction
12 September 2022
Materials for participants of Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival 2022
07 September 2022
Download the presentation and creative brief for the nomination “Ukraine works!”, supported by the ILO Project and the State Labour Service of Ukraine within the 17th Ukrainian Student Advertising Festival in 2022.
Trade unions in transformation: Experiences from Europe and Central Asia
31 August 2022
The aim of this study is to look at seven cases of trade unions actions in Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan in the years immediately before and during the COVID-19 crisis to identify lessons that can be learned for trade union revitalization and recovery from the crisis. This paper looks at positive experiences and innovative examples in a complicated trade union environment where labour and trade union rights are under pressure.
Entrepreneurship training for youth in Ukraine
29 August 2022
The ILO project aims to create a more enabling environment for job creation for youth in Ukraine through providing entrepreneurship trainings.
The Ukrainian Federation of employers is helping businesses to keep afloat
23 August 2022
Mobilising local producers in the humanitarian effort has saved hundreds of jobs.
Meeting No. 5
28 July 2022
How does the war against Ukraine impact employment and migration?
28 July 2022
In the interview series "3 essential questions" with leading researchers and policy makers from Central and Eastern Europe, the ILO interviewed Nataliia Slaviuk, Economist and Assistant Professor of National University Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. Nataliia shares her views about the consequences of the war against Ukraine on employment, income, and migration.
Trade unions in Ukraine and Moldova use their properties to provide shelter for internally displaced persons and refugees
28 July 2022
With ILO support, trade unions in Ukraine and Moldova help internally displaced people and refugees arriving from Ukraine by providing food and shelter. Since the beginning of the hostilities, Ukrainian trade unions provided 10,000 bednights, while Moldovan trade unions arranged 3,000 bednights.
Presentation to the webinar "Preventing exploitation and ensuring decent work for refugees from Ukraine"
19 July 2022
On reducing risks of trafficking and forced labour in Ukraine and Moldova – the presentation of Zsolt Dudas, Manager of the EU-funded ILO Project, at the international webinar "Preventing exploitation and ensuring decent work for refugees from Ukraine" (24 June 2022).