ILO Budapest Newsletter 2016 April

This issue focuses on the ILO's work in Moldova, introduces new ILO projects and publications from Central and Eastern Europe.

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Table of content:
  • Ukraine ratifies the key Social Security Convention of the ILO
  • Assisting job creation in Bosnia and Herzegovina's flood affected areas
  • 90 per cent of domestic workers excluded from social protection
  • Large gender gaps remain across broad spectrum of global labour market
  • Three million euro for boosting jobs in the Western Balkans
  • Moldova celebrated the World Day of Social Justice
  • ILO and Moldova to create more and better jobs
  • New mechanism for amicable settlement of labour disputes
  • Crisis has aggravated long-term erosion of European middle class
  • Young and female: A double “strike” for women entering the workforce
  • ILO to aid Moldova’s transition to the formal economy
  • Supporting Moldova in the formalization of informal economy
  • The informal economy in the Republic of Moldova
  • The ILO in Moldova
  • Employment needs assessment and employability of internally displaced persons in Ukraine
  • Strengthening the employability of youth in Montenegro
  • Better productivity with flexible working hours
  • The gender and motherhood wage gap in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  • Green jobs in Albania: “We have to learn from the mistakes of the past”
  • Romania ratifies the ILO Maritime Labour Convention, 2006