ILO response to the Ukraine crisis: All resources

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    ILO Sustainable and Resilient Enterprises (SURE) Programme

    Ukrainian companies invest in future, despite the war

    15 August 2023

    The massive destruction caused by the war in Ukraine has not prevented employers from taking part in an ILO-supported training programme on business continuity and resilience.

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    Ukraine recovery

    Ukrainian trade unions reaffirm their commitment to actively contribute to Ukraine’s rebuilding

    28 July 2023

    During a meeting in Kyiv, trade unions and international partners discussed ways to protect workers' rights, during and after the war, and to contribute to the rebuilding of Ukraine

  3. Employment opportunity in Kyiv

    Vacancy announcement - National Project Coordinator - NOA (DC) 1- Kyiv, Ukraine

    27 July 2023

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    Ukraine recovery

    ILO, IOM help pave road for post-war labour market in Ukraine

    20 July 2023

    On 12-13 July, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) held a workshop in Kyiv with key government stakeholders from Ukraine, including the Ministry of Economy to discuss current and future labour market challenges in Ukraine, and the policies and capacities required to address them. 

  5. Ukraine

    Despite the war Ukraine keeps up the reform process: addressing the gender pay gap is high on agenda

    12 June 2023

    In early May, the Government of Ukraine, with the personal support of Olena Zelenska, the First Lady of Ukraine presented the National Strategy and Action Plan to reduce the gender pay gap in the country. In addition to constituting equal opportunities, pay equity is also a means to the recovery and post-war reconstruction of Ukraine as the country urgently needs to increase female participation in the labour force. The ILO provided technical assistance to the drafting of the strategy.



    Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant workers subjected to forced labour by Russian forces, say trade unions

    01 June 2023

    The ILO expresses grave concerns about civilian casualties and the severe impact of the Russian Federation aggression on workers and employers who risk their lives to continue working and operating.

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    ILO support to Ukraine during the war

    31 May 2023

    From the start of the aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, the ILO, thanks to the flexibility of its donors, repurposed its ongoing programmes to respond to the challenges posed by the war.