12 June 2009
By Ms Kathleen Speake，Chief Technical Advisor, ILO CPTING Project
06 May 2009
The Green Jobs Initiative promotes opportunity, equity and a just transition towards green economy and solutions to defining challenges such as sustainable development and climate change. It encourages governments, employers and workers to collaborate on coherent policies and programmes to realize a sustainable and just transition with green jobs and decent work for all.
01 May 2009
SCORE is a global project initiated by the ILO and implemented in seven countries. The CO-Beijing Office works in partnership with UNIDO, CEC and local partners to upgrade competitiveness of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) through good workplace practices.
Tackling the impact of the global crisis on employment & promoting decent work : a high-level tripartite meeting to mark the ILO 90th anniversary
22 April 2009
The International Labour Organization (ILO) celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2009. To mark this milestone in China, a high-level tripartite gathering, jointly organised by MOHRSS, ACFTU, and CEC, and supported by the ILO.
15 April 2009
It's the biggest movement of people in history. According to official estimates some 200 million people in China are migrant workers – that is about 15 per cent of the country's population. And what is more they are amongst the most vulnerable to contracting HIV/AIDS.
08 April 2009
This edition features the ILO's 90th Anniversary, the effect of the economic crisis on Asia's workers, Sri Lanka's fish breeders and education in Papua.
27 March 2009
The main objective of the ILO green jobs programme in China is to help the country realize its potential for green jobs. The programme also aims to help China make a positive labour market transition in the face of climate change.
01 March 2009
The Millennium Development Goal Achievement Fund (MDG-F) programme aims to accelerate progress towards attainment of the MDGs in selected countries, including China. The Youth, Employment and Migration (YEM) is a UN joint Programme sponsored by the MDG-F, commenced in China in February 2009 and provides a unique opportunity to ensure that the response to the largest movement of people in modern times is rights-based, poverty-focused, and fully informed by international good practice. The Programme brings together 9 UN Agencies and their counterparts, who are jointly implementing activities related to 10 project outputs.
27 February 2009
By Mr Zhang Guoqing, Deputy Director, ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia
01 February 2009
This research aims to discuss the variations and implementation of relevant policies for coordinating work and family responsibilities in China when it is at a stage of social transformation and economic transition, the existing conflicts and the main reasons, the needs and desires of workers, and on this basis, explore the possibility of policy recommendations for reform and improvement.