Publications

The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to China and Mongolia. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested from the ILO Library in Beijing.

2021

  1. Access to social protection for platform and other non‐standard workers: A literature review

    23 February 2021

    Working paper of Access to social protection for platform and other non‐standard workers: A literature review is accessible at: http://www.merit.unu.edu/publications/wppdf/2021/wp2021-002.pdf . Annex-Table overview of articles can be downloaded below.

  2. Social Security Policy Monitor China, November 2020 – January 2021, Issue 5

    18 February 2021

  3. Social Security of Platform Workers in China: findings and recommendations from two studies (2018-2019)

    04 February 2021

  4. Quality Apprenticeship and Lifelong Learning in China Project Newsletter 1

    02 February 2021

    The newsletter introduces the project progress including events and updated tools.

  5. China's move to measuring relative poverty: implications for social protection

    01 February 2021

  6. Towards solid social protection floors? The role of non-contributory provision during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond

    21 January 2021

    The COVID-19 crisis has emphasized the importance of guaranteeing access to at least essential health care and to basic income security for all over the life cycle, as stipulated in the Social Protection Floors Recommendation, 2012 (No. 202).

2020

  1. The Institutional Features of Minimum Wage in China

    24 December 2020

  2. International review of financial protection in maternal health care

    22 December 2020

  3. BRICS-ILO Cooperation

    17 December 2020

  4. Social Security Policy Monitor China, September – October 2020, Issue 4

    01 December 2020

  5. Institutional constraints for the extension of social insurance coverage to informal economy workers in China

    20 November 2020

  6. Frequently asked questions on social protection for workers in the informal economy

    16 November 2020

  7. The supply chain ripple effect: How COVID-19 is affecting garment workers and factories in Asia and the Pacific

    21 October 2020

    This research brief assesses the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on workers and factories in garment supply chains in Asia and the Pacific, presenting evidence from the main garment-exporting countries of the region, summarizing policy responses and proposing ways forward.

  8. The Protection We Want: Social Outlook for Asia and the Pacific

    15 October 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for well-functioning social protection systems in the region as never before. A new UN report reveals that despite their rapid socioeconomic ascent, most countries in the Asia-Pacific region have weak social protection systems riddled with gaps.

  9. Digital Labour Platforms and Labour Protection in China

    13 October 2020

    This paper explores the implications of the digital labour platforms for labour regulation in China and the potential applicability of existing laws and regulations to platform work.

  10. ILO/China Project on Strengthening Skills Development in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar through South-South and Triangular cooperation (SSTC): Project Fact sheet - In Lao

    28 September 2020

  11. Synthesis report: Skills shortages and labour migration in the field of information and communication technology in Canada, China, Germany, India, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand

    22 September 2020

  12. Brief on Financing gaps in social protection

    17 September 2020

    Global estimates and strategies for developing countries in light of the COVID-19 crisis and beyond

  13. Social Security Policy Monitor China, June – August 2020, Issue 3

    07 September 2020

  14. Unemployment protection in the COVID-19 crisis. Country responses and policy considerations

    04 September 2020

    Income security is essential to mitigate the sudden and drastic impacts on employment of the lockdowns imposed to slow the COVID-19 pandemic.