State of the Country Report 2019 is a comprehensive radiography of the country's economic and social situation, based on the realities that directed the Moldovan economy in 2018-2019. This year's edition focuses on the impact of the social and economic inequalities on the state of the country and identifies strategic measures to ensure income convergence and provide support to vulnerable groups of people.

For more details, the key messages and recommendation of the State of the Country Report 2019 read here.

 

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Moldova

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Republic of Moldova

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This Policy Brief is an analysis of the occupational safety reform that aims to assess the progress of the reform, its expected results and the impact of the reform on the occupational safety and health situation of employees. The Brief highlights the persistence of the shortcomings in the process of transferring of inspection control skills, the low institutional and technical capacity of the new authorities empowered with OSH control, lack of trained and qualified staff and labor inspectors. more

Trade Union Monitoring Report: Republic of Moldova- 2019

Trade Union Monitoring Report: Republic of Moldova- 2019

Stagnation of reforms in key areas - economy, justice, infrastructure, etc. - the uncertain political situation in the country in a pre- and post-electoral context, as well as the precarious state of the national economy caused by the decrease in the level of foreign investments, the bank fraud, are factors that determine to a great extent the state of the trade unions in the country. The decrease in the number of union members, the worsening of the workers' rights situation as a result of antisocial reforms more

The Living Wage in the Republic of Moldova - much higher than the minimum or average wage in the national economy

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IPG Journal

International Politics and Society is a young magazine with a much older heritage.

Launched in January 2017, the online journal highlights global inequality and brings new perspectives on issues such as the environment, European integration, international relations, social democracy and development policy.     IPG in English

IPG in Deutsch

IPG на русском языке

FES International

The FES maintains offices in 33 countries of Western Europe, Central and South-East Europe, the CIS-countries, and also in the USA and Japan.

It co-operates in this process with partners from various societal groups and organisations, such as trade unions, political parties, educational and research institutions, public administrations, and also city and local governments.   read more 

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