A labour roadmap for Asia-Pacific

  1. Bali declaration

    Governments, workers’ and employers’ organizations in Asia and the Pacific agreed on action to promote inclusive growth, social justice and decent work in the region.

Contact us

ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia

1-10 Tayuan Diplomatic Office Building
Beijing
China
100600


Tel : +86 10 6532 5091
Fax : +86 10 6532 1420
Email : beijing@ilo.org

ILO in China and Mongolia

  • 6-9 December 2022, Singapore

    17th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting

    The Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (APRM) brings together high level representatives of governments, employers' and workers' organizations from Asia, the Pacific and the Arab states. The 17th APRM comes at an important juncture for the world of work as the region faces multiple challenges, including the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic compounded by the global food, energy and finance crises.

  • Forced labour Conventions

    China ratifies the two ILO Fundamental Conventions on forced labour

    In a ceremony at the ILO, China presented the ratification documents for two additional ILO Fundamental Conventions, covering forced labour; the Conventions will enter into force one year after the signing.

COVID-19 responses

  1. Policy responses in China