China resources

  1. Improving Nutrition, Food Safety and Food Security for China’s Most Vulnerable Women and Children

    01 January 2010

    The project aims at improving nutritional intake through the promotion of exclusive breastfeeding for six months and improving food safety through the introduction of international standards in production, processing, testing and preparation of food.

  2. Promotion of Gender Equality in the World of Work

    01 January 2010

    The project aims at building capacity of ILO constituents and women's federations on concepts and strategies for combating employment discrimination and supporting the application of China’s labour laws at national and provincial levels.

  3. Strengthening Labour Inspection Services

    01 January 2010

    The programme is to contribute to long-term socio-economic development by strengthening enforcement and implementation capacities in the field of labour inspection, improving compliance with labour legislation, and thus, rendering labour inspection more responsive to the objective of promoting social justice and Decent Work, empowering it to address current challenges.

  4. Livelihood Recovery Project in Sichuan

    01 January 2010

    Livelihood Recovery Project in Sichuan is to help 5,000 farmers who lost their farmland and 600 disabled farmers or their family members due to the 2008 earthquake, to increase their income and employment viability through “Start and Improve Your Business” (SIYB) training and vocational training, meanwhile, to help Red Cross develop their capacity to plan and implement employment promotion projects, especially in vocational training and “Start and Improve Your Business” (SIYB) training.

  5. Preventing Trafficking for Labour Exploitation in China

    01 January 2010

    The project is a partnership between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the All-China Women’s Federation (ACWF), and receives funding from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) with the goal of reducing trafficking for labour exploitation through the promotion of labour rights of women and children in China.

  6. Opening remarks at International Seminar on Decent Work and Employment Promotion for Domestic Workers in Beijing, China

    16 December 2009

    By Ms Kathleen Speake, Chief Technical Advisor, ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia

  7. International Labour Review, Volume 148 (2009), No. 4

    01 December 2009

  8. Industrial relations and collective bargaining in China

    01 October 2009

    This paper is a part of a comparative study examining industrial relations developments in different countries and regions of the world. It examines the remarkable changes China has undergone in the field of industrial and employment relations, in particular after the transition to a market economy after 1978.

  9. Situational analysis of domestic work in China

    01 September 2009

    Focuses on China's internal domestic workers situation. Chinese domestic workers are allowed to work overseas, but there are limited information available about the scale, trends, and working conditions.

  10. Factsheet on domestic workers in China

    01 September 2009

    Provides a summary of the situation of domestic workers in China and what constituents can do to address the issues.