Montenegro resources

  1. An Evaluation of Montenegro’s 2022 Minimum Wage and Income Tax Reform

    23 January 2024

  2. Workers’ representatives in selected Central and Eastern European countries: Filling a gap in labour rights protection or trade union competition?

    23 January 2024

  3. Data mining and machine learning: Supporting labour inspectorates to address undeclared work

    23 January 2024

  4. The gender pay gap in Montenegro. A statistical update and policy implications

    06 December 2023

  5. © ILO 2024

    Retrospective on challenges and successes - Interview with Markus Pilgrim, Director of ILO Central and Eastern Europe stepping down

    29 August 2023

    Markus Pilgrim retires after long and successful service at the ILO. During his tenure as Director, the ILO Central and Eastern Europe Office managed to further raise its profile as a specialised technical agency on world of work issues and to expand its portfolio.

  6. © AFP/Hristo Vladev 2024

    Workers’ rights in Europe in decline, says ITUC Global Rights Index 2023

    10 July 2023

    In July 2023, the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) released its 10th Global Rights Index. The report paints a grim picture of workers’ rights around the globe. According to ITUC, Europe is no longer a bastion of workers’ rights.

  7. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2023 July

    04 July 2023

    The newsletter covers the support the ILO CEE Office gave to Ukraine during the war, recent results in Albania, the Youth Guarantee in the Western Balkans, and new projects recently signed by the office. It is an important development that the Office also serves Georgia as of July 2023. In addition, we introduce fresh publications and newly joined staff.

  8. VIDEO Meet the Manager: Quick intro on the Youth Guarantee in the Western Balkans

    29 June 2023

    Daniela Zampini, Senior Employment Specialist of ILO Central and Eastern Europe explains what the Youth Guarantee is and how this policy framework ensures that young people up to the age of 30 integrate into the labour markets of the Western Balkan economies.

  9. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2023 March

    23 March 2023

    This issue, among others, reports on the ILO response to the crisis in Ukraine caused by the aggression of the Russian Federation, after one year of war. The newsletter also introduces programme results and new projects, including an EU- and SIDA-funded 5-million EUR project in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and new collaborations with SECO and GIZ. Fresh publications and new staff are also featured in the newsletter.

  10. © Ioana Horodnic 2024

    What are the proven means to reduce informality?

    09 February 2023

    In our series of interviews with leading researchers, economists and policymakers, we interviewed Professor Ioana Alexandra Horodnic, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iași, Romania on how informality (including “envelope wages”) affects workers and society, and what measures work best in reducing it.