China resources

  1. China-Belgium-ILO seminar: unlocking the potential of women to achieve sustainable development

    20 November 2019

  2. ILO-OECD China Brochure

    19 November 2019

    In China, the programme focuses on the electronic and textile industries; both of which are large employers and important sectors for the Chinese economy, and are characterised by extensive supply chain links with Europe and Asia.

  3. ILO-EUROCHAM roundtable on promoting decent work and responsible business practices in global supply chains

    A roundtable on promoting decent work and responsible business practices in global supply chains to measure progress and explore next steps.

  4. Enhancing responsible business practices in key Chinese industries

    14 November 2019

  5. The ILO and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MOHRSS) join forces to strengthen the labour dimension of corporate social responsibility in China

    24 October 2019

    Delegates enthusiastically engage on issues around labour standards, Chinese labour law and CSR during a three-day training

  6. European Commission Directorate General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

    17 October 2019

  7. Global social security and economic development: Retrospect and prospect

    09 October 2019

    This Working Paper is the result of a joint research project between the China Association of Social Security, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES).

  8. ILO-UN Women Conference on Gender Equality and the Future of Work

    The ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia and UN Women China Office jointly organized a Conference on Gender Equality and the Future of Work, from 23 to 24 September, in Beijing to take stock of the progress made and explore ways forward.

  9. China promotes gender equality at work

    23 September 2019

    OpEd by Claire Courteille-Mulder, the Director of ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia. According to an ILO report, up to 12 percent of workers said they had been subject to verbal abuse, humiliating behavior, bullying, unwanted sexual attention or sexual harassment. Eliminating violence and harassment at the workplace is crucial to achieve greater gender equality and shape a future that works for all men and women, says Claire Courteille-Mulder.

  10. Two major Chinese employers’ organizations team up to strengthen collective bargaining

    08 August 2019