China resources

  1. ILO-MOHRSS Training Workshop on Socially Responsible Labour Practices for Labour Inspectors

  2. ILO-MOHRSS Reponsible Labour Practice Training Workshops for Enterprises in the Textiles Supply Chain

  3. On-line HealthWISE training for healthcare workers in Hubei Province

    In the context of COVID-19: Promoting Occupational Safety and Health in Healthcare settings

  4. Podcast: Beyond the goal of eradicating absolute poverty in China: Relative poverty indicators and social security policies

    07 September 2020

    This podcast with Profs. Robert Walker and Yang Lichao offers an interesting contribution to the debate about the attainment of SDG goal 1– the goal of halving poverty in all its dimensions according to national definitions in China.

  5. Social Security Policy Monitor China, June – August 2020, Issue 3

    07 September 2020

  6. Podcast: Sickness benefits for gig workers under COVID-19

    04 September 2020

  7. Policy Brief 1: Review of international experience in social insurance sickness benefits for gig workers

    04 September 2020

  8. CSR and Labour Standards training returns to China

    29 August 2020

    Seminars on responsible business conduct held by the ILO and MOHRSS aims to improve understanding of key international standards and ILO guidelines.

  9. Young people’s voice on the future of work

    27 August 2020

    Debate|Who shapes the future of work, people or technology?

  10. Request for Proposals: A Study of Herders' Behaviour towards Social and Health Insurance in Mongolia

    25 August 2020

    Under the scope the SP-Herders project, the ILO will be carrying out a study to better understand HERDERS’ BEHAVIOURS TOWARDS SOCIAL AND HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEMES. Intended users of the findings of the study are government officials including social and health insurance agency staff, decision makers, and social partners, members of National Council for Social Insurance, Pastureland Users’ Groups, and broader stakeholders. It is also expected that the study will inform future initiatives of UN agencies and Mongolia’s development partners. The findings of the study are intended to contribute to decision makers and social partners’ improved understanding about behaviours and behavioural patterns of herders, so as to come up with better solutions to increase health and social insurance coverage of herders by promoting new ideas and innovative solutions with support of technologies where necessary. The research findings will inform the Government about possible gaps, bottlenecks and underutilized resources and opportunities with regard to social insurance law and procedures, and delivery of services.