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Press Releases

  1. NHRCM, EU and ILO: Further progress on labour rights in SMEs good for employment quality, export and productivity

    06 December 2017

    With the support of the EU and the ILO, the National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia (NHRCM) conducted a research study on labour rights in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Mongolia. On 6 December 2017, the NHRCM invites high-level representatives of the government, the ILO and the EU to discuss research findings and recommended actions.

  2. With the support of the EU and the ILO, MONEF launches Ready2Export tool to promote business exports

    04 December 2017

    The Mongolian Employers’ Federation (MONEF) is launching Ready2Export – a tool to help employers export their goods and services abroad by ensuring their business complies with international labour standards.

  3. ILO’s new report notes Chinese progress on social protection

    29 November 2017

    China’s rapidly expanding pension coverage receives special attention as the nation gears up for an increasingly ageing population in the next decades.

  4. ILO and tripartite partners discuss the ratification of Labour Inspection Convention, 1947 (No.81)

    24 November 2017

    The main stakeholders in improving workplace compliance and the ratification of Convention 81 are present in a national high-level dialogue.

  5. ILO discusses international labour standards with China - Forced Labour Convention Seminar successfully held in Kunming under EU supported project

    23 November 2017

    Government agencies and representatives of Employers and Workers engaged in discussion on ratification of the ILO Forced Labour Convention 1930 (No. 29) at a seminar in Kunming under EU-supported project