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  1. Publication

    Collective bargaining in Germany and Ukraine: Lessons learned and recommendations for Ukraine

    12 April 2021

    The country studies of the report describe the legal frameworks of collective bargaining in Germany and Ukraine, the main actors including the state, the actual levels of bargaining and the articulation between these levels, the coverage by collective agreements, the content of the agreements and also soft factors like trust among social partners. They also contain case studies on collective bargaining in two sectors: the metal and construction industries.

  2. COVID-19: Protecting workers in the workplace

    Protect the mental health of health and care workers in the COVID-19 pandemic

    07 April 2021

    Health and care workers have been at the forefront of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic for more than a year. It has resulted in heavier workloads and longer working hours, with insufficient time for rest and recuperation while continuously being exposed to the risk of infection. In addition, many face violence, harassment and stigmatization as they try to do their jobs. All this is taking a toll on health workers’ mental health and wellbeing.

  3. Publication

    ILO Office for Turkey, April 2021, Newsletter

    01 April 2021

  4. Press release

    Success stories shed light on how decent employment improves the lives of refugees and their hosts

    31 March 2021

    The ILO, Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Netherlands' Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and UNICEF held a side event at the fifth Brussels Conference on “Supporting the future of Syria and the region,” hosted by the European Union.

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    Take one step closer to your career goals

    30 March 2021

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    Gender equality

    Luxembourg supports the Equal Pay International Coalition

    29 March 2021

    The Equal Pay International Coalition (EPIC) is a multi-stakeholder partnership committed to achieve equal pay for women and men for work of equal value by 2030. Taina Bofferding, the Minister for Equality between women and men, explains why Luxembourg has decided to join the coalition and why gender equality matters to the country.

  7. Publication

    Evolving challenges and expectations facing Macedonian enterprises during the COVID-19 pandemic

    26 March 2021

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    ILO support to Employers' organizations during the pandemic

    North Macedonia extends wage support to enterprises as Covid-19 pandemic enters the third wave

    26 March 2021

    In the last quarter of 2020, the ILO supported the Organization of Employers of Macedonia (OEM) and Business Confederation of Macedonia (BCM) in conducting a second countrywide enterprise survey with the aim to track business challenges and needs resulting from the protracted COVID-19 crisis. The survey helped to assess the effectiveness of economic emergency measures implemented through the four support packages launched by Government so far. Additionally, the survey sought to identify the type of support expected under the fifth support package. Wage subsidy, initially discarded by the Government was assessed as the most sought after type of support by the enterprises. The evidence collected through the survey was crucial in informing the Government decision to extend the wage subsidy schemes for enterprises, which was included in the new support package, adopted in February 2021.

  9. News

    Launch of the Inter-Agency Toolkit on Child Labour in Humanitarian Action

    24 March 2021

  10. Publication

    Women and the World of Work in Uzbekistan. Towards Gender Equality and Decent Work for All

    24 March 2021

    This report responds to the need for a comprehensive analysis of the position of women in the world of work of Uzbekistan. It aims to inform policy, legislation, and initiatives that seek to develop and promote decent work for all women and men. The analysis is based on a review of available empirical evidence, national law and policy, international labour standards and the ILO Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR), and insights from the interviews conducted with representatives of national stakeholders and international partners in the period from 26 January to 2 February 2020.