Montenegro resources

  1. 5th Regional Round Table “Social Dialogue in South East Europe”

    The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy of the Republic of Bulgaria in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation organized the 5th Regional Round Table “Social Dialogue in South East Europe on 25th November 2014 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

  2. ILO-Norway and ILO-Sweden Partnership programmes' contribution towards Outcome 9: Employers have strong, independent and representative organization - [GLO/12/56/NOR, GLO/12/60/SID] (Evaluation Summary)

    30 April 2014

    Project: GLO/12/60/SID, and GLO/12/56/NOR - Evaluation Consultants: Mikael Söderbäck, Peter Westermark, and John Saegaert

  3. The 5 Business Killers in Montenegro.

    04 November 2013

  4. The enabling environment for sustainable enterprises in Montenegro.

    04 November 2013

    This evaluation of the business environment of Montenegro presents a comprehensive assessment of the 17 conditions of an enabling environment for enterprise development as it was proposed by the International Labour Conference of 2007.

  5. Strengthening capacity for inclusive local development in Serbia (Final Joint Evaluation Summary)

    15 May 2013

    Project SRB/10/01/UND - Joint evaluation between the Governments of Sweden, Switzerland and Norway, as well as UNDP

  6. The Impact of the Crisis on Work Inequalities and Wages in Europe

    The International Labour Organization is organizing a press conference and presentation of recently published ILO books on Work Inequalities in the Crisis: Evidence from Europe and The Impact of the Crisis on Wages in South-East Europe and Hungary.

  7. Consolidating the legal and institutional foundations of social dialogue in the countries of the Western Balkans and Moldova (Final Evaluation Summary)

    03 January 2012

    Project RER/07/08/AUT - Evaluation consultant: Donata Maccelli

  8. A comparative overview of informal employment in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova and Montenegro

    15 February 2011

    This comparative overview has been published as a contribution to the ongoing debate on promoting decent work through the extension of labour protection to the informal economy. It seeks to be an inspiration for policy makers especially in South Eastern Europe to develop targeted solutions to the problem of informal employment.

  9. Collective bargaining is still weak in South Eastern Europe.

    Collective bargaining could be a flexible and powerful tool to regulate terms and conditions of employment and relations between workers and employers, but it is still underdeveloped in most countries of South Eastern Europe.

  10. Report of the 6th Meeting of the Labour Law and Labour Relations Network of South Eastern Europe

    01 January 2010

    The present report continues the series of publications which reflect discussions by members of the Network of Experts in Labour Law and Labour Relations (LLN) within the labour ministries of South Eastern European countries on relevant topics related to labour law and industrial relations.