China resources

  1. 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.

  2. A study on herder's behavior towards social and health insurance

    23 August 2020

  3. Newsletter for “Improving China’s institutional capacity towards universal social protection” Project, June 2020

    05 August 2020

  4. Report of ILO-UN women seminar on gender equality and the future of work

    03 August 2020

    Labour Organization (ILO) and UN Women, was successfully held in Beijing from September 23 to 24, 2019. More than 70 experts and representatives from international organizations, Chinese government agencies, enterprises, employers’ and trade unions organizations, academia, judicial circles and social groups attended the meeting. The seminar divided into five topics: 1) Overview of Progress and Challenges of Gender Equality in China; 2) Equal Opportunity and Treatment; 3) Equal Pay for the Work of Equal Values and Women’s Empowerment; 4) Balancing Work and Family Responsibilities; 5) Eliminating Violence and Harassment in the World of Work. The meeting achieved positive consensus and results.

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

    31 July 2020

  6. China – Rapid assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on employment

    29 July 2020

    The COVID-19 crisis has had a major impact on employment in China. From the onset of the crisis, the Government adopted a wide range of policies to support enterprises and protect workers. These policies have prioritized employment, though not all policies have been yet fully implemented. Stronger implementation and more integrated employment policies are needed, while continuing to adapt to the economic recovery in a more flexible and fragile labour market.

  7. Skills for a Resilient Youth in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond

    20 July 2020

    The World Youth Skills Day 2020 took stock of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on skills development and explored how young people can respond to the economic crisis.

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

    2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the UN and the Decade of Action on the SDGs. The UN in China has initiated a series of activities to celebrate this year. The ILO Beijing office has joined this campaign by organizing a debate on “Who shapes the future of work, people or technology?” and developed a dialogue on the future of work with the Chinese youth.

  9. Information note of Actuarial training: Improving china’s institutional capacity towards universal social protection

    01 July 2020

  10. The first online actuarial training for MOHRSS and its local branches

    01 July 2020