Serbia resources

  1. Serbia Floods 2014: Recovery Needs Assessment

    31 July 2014

  2. After the rain: ILO assists Serbia to assess recovery needs after massive floods

    02 June 2014

    In May 2014 unprecedented rainfall over a three-day period caused massive flooding and landslides, and forced more than 30,000 from their homes. In response to the disaster, the Government of Serbia undertook a Recovery Needs Assessment (RNA), supported jointly by several international organizations, including the ILO.

  3. 28 April - World Day for Safety and Health at Work in Central and Eastern Europe

    The ILO celebrates the World Day for Safety and Health at Work on the 28 April to promote the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases globally. “Safety and health in the use of chemicals at work“ is the theme for 2014. Several events were organized in Central and Eastern Europe to mark the day and commemorate victims of workplace accidents.

  4. Restructuring the Employment Injury Insurance System in Serbia: Further analysis of reform options

    19 December 2013

    This publication summarizes the current provisions of employment injury benefits in Serbia and provides an overview of the social security benefits against accidents and sicknesses for work-related and general cases. It also presents the analysis with respect to the measures to improve the reporting of work accidents and occupational diseases in Serbia as well as presents the actuarial evaluation of the costs of employment injury benefits and the methods for determining contribution rates.

  5. Employment and Migration in Serbia

    12 August 2013

    Serbia counts more than 800,000 young people between the ages of 15 and 24 – 52 per cent men and 48 per cent women – which is almost 18% of the overall working age population. These young Serbians face great labour market challenges. The employment rate for youth aged 15-24, just above 15 per cent, is three times lower than for the working-age population (47 per cent). With an unemployment rate reaching 46 per cent, the young generation is also more than twice as likely to be unemployed as the overall working-age population, which faces an unemployment rate of 20 per cent.

  6. MDG Achievement Fund Knowledge Management Facility on Youth Employment and Migration

    08 August 2013

    Brochure: Reaping the benefits and minimizing the risks of youth labour migration

  7. Decent Work Country Programme for Serbia 2013-2017

    21 June 2013

    Agreed priorities of this country programme include improving the governance of the labour market, increasing employment opportunities and improving the sustainability and effectiveness of social security systems of Serbia.

  8. Memorandum of Understanding, Republic of Serbia, 2013 - 2017

    19 June 2013

    Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Policy, the Social Partners of Serbia and the ILO on the Decent Work Country Programme for 2013-2017

  9. 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

  10. The global impact of e-waste: Addressing the challenge

    20 December 2012

    This paper explores the volumes, sources and flows of e-waste, the risks it poses to e-waste workers and the environment, occupational safety and health issues, labour issues and regulatory frameworks, and links this growing global problem with the International Labour Organization’s current and future work.