Tripartite Workshop: Mongolia’s DWCP Technical Progress Review and Planning

This workshop provides the ILO constituents and partners in Mongolia an opportunity to discuss ongoing work under the existing DWCP, review the progress and plan for next two years by taking into account of their priorities and needs.

Ms Parissara Liewkeat, ILO Programme Analyst
With a view to promoting and advancing decent work, the Mongolia Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) for 2017-2021, signed in December 2017, provides a framework of cooperation between the ILO and its constituents in the country with the following priorities:
  1. Expand a productively employed workforce in a formal and inclusive economy;
  2. Reorient labour market governance and institutions towards an inclusive market economy

The workshop aims at:

  • sharing information about the UN Reform including a role of the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework to contribute to the ILO RBSA project objectives to increase visibility and participation of social partners in UN;
  • reviewing and updating on the ongoing work under DWCP;
  • discussing and preparing for planning priorities for next two years;
MLSP representatives
About 30 participants from the ILO constituents and partners, namely Ministry of Labour and Social Protection, Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions, Mongolian Employers’ Federation, General Agency for Specialized Inspection, General Authority for Social Insurance, Authority for Family, Child and Youth Development, General Authority for Labour and Welfare Services, National Statistics Office of Mongolia, National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia and Decent Work for Youth Network in Mongolia.