Serbia resources

  1. Pension Reform in Serbia from international and regional perspectives

    25 September 2009

    Proceedings of the Conference on Pension Reform in Serbia (24-25 September 2009, Belgrade)

  2. Conference on Pension Reform in Serbia

    In the context of the global economic crisis and in the long-term trend of aging population, Serbia is facing a challenge of sustaining the pension system while ensuring basic minimum benefits to protect the workers and their families. Pension reform is high on the national agenda in Serbia. Following amendments of the existing law, development of a new law on pension system is currently underway.

  3. ILO marks its 90th anniversary with social dialogue for decent work and a fair globalization in Central and Eastern Europe

    Amid the worst financial and jobs crisis since the Great Depression, the International Labour Organization (ILO) marked its 90th anniversary in the week of 21-28 April and in September 2009. During this period, there was a global convergence on the common theme of social dialogue for decent work and a fair globalization in commemorative events in more than 100 countries across the world.

  4. Subregional Tripartite Conference: Strengthening the Mechanisms of Labour Dispute Prevention and Amicable Resolution in the Western Balkan Countries and Moldova

    01 May 2009

    This report reflects up to date developments on the functioning of alternative labour disputes resolution mechanisms in the participating countries, and the proposed Action Plans to increase their effectiveness and to reach out to their beneficiaries.

  5. Subregional Tripartite Conference: Strengthening the Mechanisms of Labour Dispute Prevention and Amicable Resolution in the Western Balkan Countries and Moldova

    Participants at an ILO tripartite sub-regional conference exchanged experiences and prepared action plans to promote effective labour dispute settlement mechanisms in the countries of the Western Balkans and Moldova on 25-26 February 2009, in Becici, Montenegro.

  6. Guidelines – Socially-sensitive Labour Force Restructuring in South Eastern Europe

    01 February 2009

    These Guidelines were elaborated with a view to assisting managers, workers’ representatives and governments concerning measures and processes to be considered when restructuring the labour force. They give, first, an overview of the international and European legal framework and principles to be taken as a basis. The detailed measures that can be adopted are then described, with some examples of good practices from Europe. They are intended to contribute to the debate on how best to conduct enterprise restructuring, with a view to improving productivity and at the same time mitigating the effects on the workers.

  7. In search of more and better jobs for young people in Serbia

    01 January 2009

    Across the globe, young women and men are making an important contribution as productive workers, entrepreneurs, consumers, citizens, members of civil society and agents of change. All too often, the full potential of young people is not realized because they have no access to productive and decent jobs. Although they are an asset in every country, many young people face high levels of economic and social uncertainty. A difficult transition into the world of work has long-lasting consequences not only on youth but also on their families and communities.

  8. A tool kit for labour inspectors: A model enforcement policy, a training and operations manual, a code of ethical behaviour

    01 January 2006

    The toolkit provides three basic tools necessary for a modern labour inspection practice that is both efficient and effective. It is hoped that the Policy, the Manual and the Code will become the useful, standard reference texts for labour inspection and labour inspectors in many countries.

  9. Ministry of Health, National Strategy Action Plan for the Fight against HIV/AIDS in Serbia 2005-2010, 2005, 1 p.

    01 January 2005

  10. Ministry of Health, National Strategy for the Fight against HIV/AIDS 2005-2010, January 2005, 32 pp.

    01 January 2005