China resources

  1. The ILO highlights the importance of occupational safety & health in China

    19 November 2008

    Over 400 representatives including ILO experts attended the biennial China International Forum on Work Safety, co-hosted by the ILO and China’s State Administration of Work Safety, in Beijing from 17th to 20th November.

  2. Opening speech at 4th China International Forum on Work Safety

    18 November 2008

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

  3. China: Planting seeds of security - how new agriculture skills protect children

    29 October 2008

    Highlights the proven practice implemented in China by the ILO Mekong Sub-regional Project to Combat Trafficking in Children and Women (TICW).

  4. China: Educating employers

    29 October 2008

    How awareness leads to self-monitoring.

  5. China: A women’s refuge

    29 October 2008

    How an activity centre helps raise awareness on trafficking dangers, safe migration and legal rights.

  6. Opening speech at China 2nd High Skills Development Forum

    28 October 2008

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

  7. Labour shortage responses in Japan, Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia: A review and evaluation

    13 October 2008

    This paper looks at the extent of and policy responses to the problem of labour shortage in the economies of Japan, Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia.

  8. Opening remarks at the CPTING and TICW Experience Sharing Meeting in Kunming, Yunnan, People’s Republic of China

    01 October 2008

    By Ms Sachiko Yamamoto, Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific, ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific

  9. Opening speech at the ILO/MOHRSS Seminar on Employment Fund Management

    16 September 2008

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

  10. Facts on people with disabilities in China

    06 August 2008

    ILO Project on Employment Equality and Non-Discrimination aims at promoting non-discrimination and equal employment opportunity through improving government officials’, social partners’, and employers’ knowledge of the concepts and issues around employment discrimination.