Montenegro resources

  1. © AFP/Europress 2022

    ITUC Global Rights Index 2022 shows that many workers in Central and Eastern Europe have no access to rights

    19 July 2022

    In July 2022, the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) released its yearly Global Rights Index. It shows that in Europe, the most frequently violated rights have been the right to strike and the right to bargain collectively. Through ratifications of ILO Conventions, governments of Central and Eastern Europe made obligations to implement workers’ rights. In reality, many workers face obstacles in accessing their rights.

  2. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2022 June

    23 June 2022

    This issue, first and foremost, reports on ILO response to the crisis caused by the war against Ukraine. The ILO, with the support of its funding partners, repurposed several projects in Ukraine to respond to the most urgent humanitarian and employment-related needs. The newsletter introduces programme results and new projects. fresh publications and new staff.

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    What works in youth employment? Results from an impact assessment of Montenegro’s largest internship programme for university graduates

    24 May 2022

    Youth employment has been high on the agenda of the Montenegrin Government. For 10 years, the Government has invested up to 8 Mio EUR per year for a large internship programme for university graduates. 9 out of 10 youth graduating each year from the universities of the small Adriatic country participated in the programme. At the request of the Government the ILO helped to assess the impact of the programme and found out that there have been no direct gains from participating in the programme in terms of employment or wages.

  4. Product/service offer: Informality

    18 May 2022

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    Three essential questions: Zuzana Zavarska, Economist, Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies

    05 April 2022

    In this issue of short interviews with important researchers and practitioners from Central and Eastern Europe on burning questions concerning labour and social policies, we talked to Zuzana Zavarska, Economist at the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies. We asked her to explain how nearshoring may create economic opportunities for the Western Balkans.

  6. Performance monitoring of the active labour market programmes implemented by the Employment Agency of Montenegro

    04 April 2022

    This report presents key findings from the first attempt by the Employment Agency of Montenegro (EAM) to conduct a performance monitoring exercise on its active labour market programmes (ALMPs).

  7. Impact evaluation of the Professional Training for Graduates (PTG) programme of Montenegro

    04 April 2022

    The primary objective of this report is to evaluate the PTG programme’s effectiveness and efficiency. For this purpose, we compare the main labour market outcomes or activity history of PTG participants. The report offers conclusions and recommendations.

  8. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2022 March

    24 March 2022

    This issue reports on the work of the ILO Office for Central and Eastern Europe in Ukraine disrupted by the war, introduces a new project, programme results, several beneficiary stories, features fresh publications and new staff. Videos with Project Managers inform viewers about what the regional office undertook to improve work opportunities in Ukraine and Montenegro.

  9. Comprehensive Comparative Analysis of Montenegro’s Current Legislation on Violence and Harassment and the Provisions of ILO Convention No. 190

    23 March 2022

    A comprehensive and comparative analysis of Montenegro’s current legislation on violence and harassment and the provisions of ILO Convention No. 190. with recommendations.

  10. © Dezernat Zukunft 2022

    Three essential questions: Interview with Pola Schneemelcher, Project Manager at Institute for Macrofinance, Berlin, Germany

    25 February 2022

    We interviewed Pola Schneemelcher, Project Manager in the area of labor market and fiscal policy at the think tank Dezernat Zukunft – Institute for Macrofinance. She shared her insights on how youth labour markets in the European Union were impacted by the pandemic, what measures she has seen and whether governments can afford these measures or not. The Dezernat Zukunft is a non-partisan think tank aiming at rethinking and explaining monetary, financial, and economic policy in a comprehensible way.