Serbia resources

  1. Autonomy, voice and participation of persons with disabilities in Serbia

    30 August 2018

    The intervention responds to priority areas concerning the position and rights of persons with disabilities in Serbia – equality before the law, equality of women and girls with disabilities and the right to work. The activities are foreseen to generate legislative interventions in strategic areas, change cultural norms and awareness of main stakeholders, build and strengthen capacities of target groups and stakeholders. The overall aim is to advance the autonomy, voice and participation of persons with disabilities in Serbia, in sustainable and measurable qualitative and quantitative terms.

  2. Sub-regional network of Labour Dispute Agencies meet in Serbia

    19 July 2018

    An average of approx. 3,000 cases are handled every year by Alternative Dispute Resolution Agencies in Western Balkans, with a settlement rate of approx. 70 %. The vast majority are individual disputes related to dismissal and non-payment of wages. The ILO organized the third Annual Meeting of the Eastern European network of these agencies on 4-6 July, 2018 in Arandjelovac, Serbia exchanging on how to further scale up these services.

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    Peer-to-peer learning to make employment services more inclusive in the Western Balkans

    12 July 2018

    Practitioners and decision-makers from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia gathered in Budapest on 25-26 June 2018 to participate in the closing event of the first peer-learning programme for public employment agencies from the region.

  4. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2018 June

    29 June 2018

    This issue reports on ILO programme developments and new projects in the Central and Eastern European region.

  5. ILO supports regional conference to shape future of welfare state in the Western Balkans

    15 June 2018

    The Center for Social Policy, a Belgrade-based think tank organised the conference “The future of the welfare state” with support from the ILO and other UN agencies on 6-8 June 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia. The conference gathered 200 participants from the region and beyond and created a new regional platform to explore challenges and showcase policies that lead to better governance and quality of life for citizens. Mr. Zarko Sunderic, Director of the Center for Social Policy, said the objective of the forum is the improvement of the quality of life in the region.

  6. New ILO report: Women and men in the informal economy: A statistical picture—What do data reveal about Central and Eastern Europe?

    08 May 2018

  7. CUTTING THE CYCLE OF POVERTY AND MARGINALIZATION

    28 March 2018

    The chart (annex of the Resource Guide on Promoting decent work opportunities for Roma) explains the root causes and the cycle of poverty and marginalization, as well as the policies and instruments that can break the cycle.

  8. Decent Work Country Programme for Serbia 2019-2022

    28 February 2018

    This programme document is a result of strategic planning of ILO cooperation activities in Serbia for the period 2019–2022. It has been prepared in consultation with the Government of Serbia as well as the social partners with the aim of creating employment, extending social protection, guaranteeing rights at work and promoting social dialogue as key components of economic and social policies.

  9. ILO Budapest Newsletter 2018 February

    25 February 2018

    This issue reports on ILO programme developments and new projects in the Central and Eastern European region, and features interviews with ILO partners.

  10. What does the new ILO WORLD EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL OUTLOOK – Trends 2018 report say about Central and Eastern Europe?

    05 February 2018

    The ILO's World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2018 takes stock of the current global labour market situation. The report launched during the recent annual meeting of the World Economic Forum raises concerns about the ability of the global economy to generate sufficient jobs. For Central and Eastern Europe the report states that the rebound of economic growth does not lead to major employment increase.