Publications

The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals relevant to the world of work in Central and Eastern Europe. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested in hard copy from the Communication office of ILO DWT/CO-Budapest. All publications of the DWT/CO-Budapest are available in Labordoc, database of ILO publications.

2009

  1. In search of more and better jobs for young people in Serbia

    01 January 2009

    Across the globe, young women and men are making an important contribution as productive workers, entrepreneurs, consumers, citizens, members of civil society and agents of change. All too often, the full potential of young people is not realized because they have no access to productive and decent jobs. Although they are an asset in every country, many young people face high levels of economic and social uncertainty. A difficult transition into the world of work has long-lasting consequences not only on youth but also on their families and communities.

  2. Final evaluation report: project skills development and youth employment in Kosovo: (phases I and II)

    01 January 2009

  3. Employment Policy Review: Bosnia and Herzegovina

    01 January 2009

    Gives details about the labour market situation during the period 1999-2006. Identifies main priorities for employment policy such as education and training, and active labour market policies; goals of passive labour market policies; income policy; and social dialogue. Lists relevant ratified Council of Europe instruments as well as ILO Conventions. Includes the text of the Bucharest Declaration 2003 on furthering employment, and surveys the main provisions governing recruitment and termination of employment concerning the Republika Srpska, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Brčko District.

  4. Combating Worst Forms of Child Labour including Trafficking in Children in Ukraine 2001-2009

    01 January 2009

    Overview of ILO activities in Ukraine

2008

  1. "Elimination of human trafficking from Moldova and Ukraine through labour market based measures" project brief

    13 October 2008

    Project "Elimination of human trafficking from Moldova and Ukraine through labour market based measures" (2006-2008).

  2. Migrants and informal Work in Hungary

    08 May 2008

    This report on Hungary examines the situation of irregular employment of migrants, its terms and conditions of work, its evolution, its causes and the policies needed to eliminate such a situation. The premise is that irregular employment is detrimental to national economies, to native and migrants workers in regular employment as well as to those workers involved in it. The study prepared by Judit Juhász adopts a Delphi method, which is amply explained in the paper. Suffice to say, it is about the considered perceptions of a problem by a number of experts, and the author's examination of these perceptions.

  3. Employment, vocational training opportunities and migration policy measures to prevent and reduce trafficking in women in Albania, Moldova and Ukraine - Phase II (Final Evaluation Summary)

    14 April 2008

    Project RER/05/04/IRL - Evaluation consultant: Emily Hillenbrand

  4. Social dialogue perspectives in Romanian road transport

    01 April 2008

    Working Paper 258

  5. Addressing the Problem of Undeclared Work in the Construction Sector through Social Partnership in Albania

    01 January 2008

    The ILO SRO in Budapest, Hungary in consultation with the ILO Office in Tirana, Albania retained the independent consultant Mr. Qemal Balliu, to provide a study research for the informal economy and particularly for the informal employment in the construction sector in the country. The study research was three-fold: 1) to examine the recent literature and legislation about the undeclared work in the country, its implication in the economy, actual role of the ILO constituents to tackle the issue through proven mechanisms of social dialogue developed on different levels, 2) organise meetings and interviews with the main actors to the issue namely relevant governmental institution’s representatives, employees’ representatives and employers’ representatives and 3) undertake a survey covering five regions of the country where the construction sector is most dynamic.

  6. Ukraine: Child labour data country brief

    01 January 2008

    Child labour country brief on current data from SIMPOC surveys based on common indicators