China resources

  1. Emergency Start and Improve Your Business (E-SIYB) Project: getting people back to work through re-starting and starting businesses

    20 June 2008

    As part of a wider UN response to the earthquake, the ILO focuses on livelihoods recovery, under the broad theme of ‘helping people to get back to work’. Responding to a Government request, the ILO, with financial support by the UK Department for International Development, will provide targeted assistance to re-establishing at least 1,000 destroyed small businesses and setting up 700 new ones for those who lost their jobs.

  2. Opening remarks at Experience Sharing Meeting on Corporate Social Responsibility in Chinese Textile Industry

    20 June 2008

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

  3. Keynote speech at the Petrochemical and Chemical OHSE Forum

    15 May 2008

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

  4. Opening address at the Policy Seminar on Work, Income and Gender Equality (WIG) in China

    12 May 2008

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

  5. Capacity Building for Migration Management in China

    01 April 2008

    The Project seeks to enhance the knowledge-sharing and understanding of respective migration systems between relevant Chinese and European Union authorities, as well as to promote cooperation between the two sides in migration field via the exchange of expertise, information and personnel.

  6. Value Chain Development for Employment Promotion - Case of a VCD Pilot Project in Ningxia Autonomous Region

    30 January 2008

    The project goal is to promote local economic and employment development by assisting SMEs to explore niche markets in value chains and improve their business operations.

  7. Strengthening the Trade Unions Response to HIV/AIDS in the Workplace Education Programme in China

    02 January 2008

    The programme will cooperate with All China Federation of Trade Unions to reduce HIV related stigma and discrimination, change risk behaviours among target migrant workers and promote HIV / sexually transmitted infections related service uptakes in Yunnan, Guangdong, Anhui and Xinjiang.

  8. Support to Promote and Apply ILO Convention No. 111

    01 January 2008

    The project aims to promote compliance with ILO Convention No. 111 in China in order to achieve equal employment opportunity and treatment for all workers. The project will build the capacity of ILO contituents and other social partners to promote equality at work, endeavor to improve laws and policies, labour contracts and enterprise level agreements to promote the application of fundamental principles and rights with an emphasis on non-discrimination and equality, and establish a knowledge base for knowledge and information sharing on non-discrimination.

  9. Opening speech at Know About Business Annual Review Meeting

    03 November 2007

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

  10. Young people demand they be consulted in the fight against human trafficking: pledges and high level meetings 'not enough' to prevent trafficking in Southeast Asia

    01 September 2007

    Southeast Asian children and young people exposed to the risks of human trafficking are raising their voices demanding a greater say in national and sub-regional action to prevent the labour and sexual exploitation that result from trafficking.