31 January 2012
What has been the wage impact of the financial and economic crisis in South-East Europe? What structural weaknesses in wage institutions have been highlighted by the crisis? And what are the policy issues that actors in the region – governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations – should urgently address?
Support to national efforts for the promotion of youth employment and management of migration (Final Joint Evaluation Summary)
05 January 2012
Project SRB/09/50/UND - Evaluation consultant: Consultant: James A. Newkirk - Donor for this Joint Project is the Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund Total Budget: US$ 6,143,000 IOM: 984,901; UNDP: 3,052,701; ILO: 1,344,370; UNICEF: 761,028
16 November 2011
Supporting strategies to recover from the crisis in Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia: cross-country report
08 November 2011
This study explores the main economic and labour markets developments in the three target countries during the economic downturn, reviews the responses undertaken by the respective governments and proposes some policy options to ensure that more and better jobs are created during economic recovery.
Sub-regional Tripartite Conference on “Achievements and challenges ahead for social dialogue institutions in the Western Balkan countries and Moldova”
The meeting reviewed the results achieved of the joint technical project implemented by the International Labour Office and funded by the Austrian Development Agency on “Consolidating the legal and institutional foundations of social dialogue in the Western Balkan countries and Moldova” and identified challenges ahead in the area of social dialogue in the Western Balkans and Moldova.
Supporting strategies to recover from the crisis in South Eastern Europe: country assessment: Serbia
10 October 2011
Employers’ Organisations’ Subregional Conference: Strengthening Social Dialogue to Meet Post-Crisis Opportunities and Challenges
How Employers’ Organisations can assist their members to meet the opportunities and challenges brought about by the economic and financial crises was one of the key topics at a meeting in Belgrade. Twenty one high level representatives from Employers’ Organisations from six countries* of the Western Balkans and Moldova participated in a two day Conference on 5 and 6 October 2011.
The 2011 World Day for Safety and Health at Work focused on the implementation of an Occupational Safety and Health Management System (OSHMS) as a tool for continual improvement in the prevention of workplace incidents and accidents. An OSHMS is a preventive method to implement safety and health measures which consists of four steps and incorporates the principle of continual improvement. Its principles are based on the PDCA Cycle: PLAN, DO, CHECK, ACT. Several events were organized in Central and Eastern Europe to celebrate the World Day and to highlight the importance of occupational safety in preventing workplace accidents.
Support to national efforts for the promotion of youth employment and management of migration (Mid-Term Joint Evaluation Summary)
11 April 2011
Project SRB/09/50/UND - Evaluation consultant: Dietmar Aigner
Closing Sub-regional Trade Union Seminar of the Project "Social Dialogue in Western Balkans and Moldova" Western Balkan countries and Moldova”
The objective of the event was to evaluate work done within the framework of the project, to analyze lessons learnt in the process of implementation as well as to map follow-up activities after the closure of the project.