China resources

  1. Remarks at SIYB Phase II Evaluation Meeting

    19 June 2006

    By Ms Constance Thomas, Director, ILO Office for China and Mongolia

  2. Opening remarks at Workshop on Financial Support Programs for Micro-enterprises Development

    24 May 2006

    By Mr Zhang Guoqing, Deputy Director, ILO Office for China and Mongolia

  3. Opening address at CEC-ACWF-ILO Field Test and TOT Workshop “GET Ahead for Women in Enterprise”

    09 May 2006

    By Mr Satoshi Sasaki,Specialist on Enterprise Development and Job Creation, ILO Office for China and Mongolia

  4. Internal Labour Migration in China: Features and Responses

    30 April 2006

    Rather than an exhaustive and lengthy examination of labour migration in China, this descriptive analysis offers the brevity, clarity and the most recent data available to depict a rapidly changing environment, in terms of both policy and on-the-ground realities. Part 1 highlights some of the features of migrant workers and the migration process, Part 2 considers governmental and non-governmental policy and programme responses to the phenomenon, and Part 3 specifically looks at the role the International Labour Organization plays in supporting migrants’ transition into decent work in China’s towns and cities.

  5. Welcome speech at International Conference on Partnerships on Occupational Safety and Health Inspection

    13 April 2006

    By Ms Constance Thomas, Director, ILO Office for China and Mongolia

  6. HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Programme in China

    01 April 2006

    The Programme aims to counter workplace discrimination and stigma related to HIV status and to address the prevention-care continuum by providing behaviour change communication programmes and information on access to care, support and treatment.

  7. Perspectives on the social security system of China

    30 March 2006

    The essential aim of the present study is an integrated understanding, in its relevant historical context, of the past, present and projected development of the social security system of China. In order to do so, an assessment is made of each of the benefit programmes administered either directly or indirectly under the auspices of the government, including both the social insurance programmes under the supervision of the MOLSS and the social assistance programme administered by the Ministry of Civil Affairs (MOCA). These aspects form the subjects of, respectively, Chapters 1 and 2. Chapter 3 offers a social protection development agenda, designed to address strategic issues and possible directions which policy makers may wish to consider for the optimal delivery of social protection to the people of China.

  8. Extending Old-age Insurance Coverage in the People’s Republic of China

    30 January 2006

    In 2004 and 2005 the ILO undertook a study, in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MOLSS) of the People’s Republic of China, to identify ways to extend the coverage of China’s old-age insurance system.

  9. Child domestic labour in South East and East Asia: Emerging good practices to combat it

    01 January 2006

    Explores the current child domestic labour situation in the region and actions being taken to combat it.

  10. ILO PAF-3 Project: Response to HIV/AIDS in the Workplace in Guangdong Province

    01 January 2006

    The objectives of the project are to mobilise workplaces in the fight against HIV/AIDS and to alleviate stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS, and reduce HIV/AIDS risk behaviours among target workers.