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.

2015

  1. Media Training is Making a Difference

    27 November 2015

    PROPEL works to build capacity of the media to effectively report on disability. Informed media coverage helps disability advocates reach policymakers, businesses, workers, and others with key messages about the rights of disabled persons, and the positive contributions they can make to the workplace and communities.

  2. The ILO in China

    22 October 2015

    This Country Leaflet gives an overview of ILO activities in China. It summarizes the ILO’s history in the country, and outlines the work undertaken by the ILO in cooperation with the government and social partners on a wide range of work and workplace issues.

  3. ILO Publications Catalogue 2015

    01 October 2015

  4. SCORE China Factsheet

    25 August 2015

    Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE) Phase II (2013-2016) focuses on project sustainability by building capacity of national institutions to provide sustainable SCORE Training to improve the working conditions, productivity and competitiveness among SMEs.

  5. The Labour, Human Health and Environmental Dimensions of E-waste Management in China

    11 June 2015

    This research paper examines the labour, human health and environmental dimensions of e-waste management in China, analyzing both the formal and informal sectors. It identifies the needs for synergizing policies and measures concerning environmental pollution control and labour protection in e-waste management.

  6. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategies on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, Volume I Full Report - Rev. Ed. (2015)

    08 June 2015

    Covering the period from 2008 to 2014, this evaluation reviews ILO’s strategy to advance Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW), namely: the right to freedom of association and collective bargaining is widely known and exercised (Outcome 14); forced labour is eliminated (Outcome 15); child labour is eliminated, with priority to the worst forms of child labour (Outcome 16); and discrimination in employment and occupation is eliminated (Outcome 17). The case studies are contained in Volume II (online only).

  7. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategies on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, Volume II Annexes - Rev. Ed. (2015)

    07 June 2015

    This report contains a collection of case studies as well as other thematic reports which were gathered as part of the desk review for the full report, Volume 1. SEE EDITOR's NOTE WITH APOLOGY.

  8. Social protection floor in Mongolia

    18 May 2015

    Social protection floors comprise basic, nationally defined, social protection guarantees in the areas of health care, income security for children, those of working age and the elderly.

  9. Social protection on assessment based national dialogue: Definition and cost of a social protection floor in Mongolia

    15 May 2015

    Between June 2013 and January 2015, Mongolia conducted an assessment based national dialogue on social protection, with the support of the United Nations Country Team. This exercise aimed to set common priorities that can define and help estimate the cost of a social protection floor in Mongolia. Those results are shared in this report.

  10. Formalizing enterprises in Mongolia: Challenges and policy directions

    11 May 2015

    This report is predicated on a research project conducted in 2014 by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Mongolian Employers’ Federation (MONEF), and the Economic Policy and Competitiveness Research Center (EPCRC). Survey, ancillary research, and report were commissioned to facilitate the national policy discourse on informal economy issues and strategies to address them, referring to detailed information collected from business owners, government officials, and financial and non-financial business service providers in Ulaanbaatar.

  11. Newsletter Issue1: EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Project

    01 May 2015

  12. Brochure about EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Project

    11 April 2015

    The ‘EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Project’ is an initiative funded by the Partnership Instrument (PI) of the European Union (EU) and implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the International Labour Organization (ILO).

2014

  1. SCORE China Newsletter, Issue No.5, December 2014

    15 December 2014

  2. Green jobs mapping in Mongolia

    22 November 2014

    The report gives an overview on green jobs in Mongolia. The mapping reveals that currently in the selected sectors of the Mongolian economy there are 569,921 places of employment. Of these, only 11.5% can be considered as Green jobs. This represents some 6.2% of the total employment in Mongolia.

  3. Minimum wages in the global garment industry

    31 October 2014

    This research note provides a brief overview of minimum wages for the garment sector in the top 25 apparel exporters from the developing world.

  4. BRICS and the ILO: An overview

    16 October 2014

    During the past few years, development cooperation between both governments and private industry from the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russian Federation, India, China, South Africa) and the ILO has been very active. In 2009, Brazil signed an overarching framework agreement on Technical Cooperation with Latin American and African countries for the implementation of the ILO-Brazil Partnership Programme for the Promotion of South-South Cooperation.

  5. SCORE China Newsletter, Issue No.4, October 2014

    15 October 2014

  6. Labour protection of interns in Chinese textile and apparel enterprises

    12 September 2014

    This report presents the results of a study carried out by the Office for Social Responsibility of the China National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC) with support from the International Labour Organization (ILO). The study hopes to document some of the actual conditions in which internships are carried out in the textile and apparel industry, and to develop recommendations on how to improve the management of internships. Research for the study was carried out in November and December 2013 in ten textile and apparel sector enterprises in Jiangsu, Shandong, Fujian and Zhejiang provinces.

  7. SCORE China Newsletter, Issue No.3, August 2014

    15 August 2014

  8. The fact sheet for the Promoting and Building Social Protection and Employment Services for Vulnerable Groups in Mongolia, Learning from ASEAN (MAPS) project

    11 July 2014

    Supported by the Government of Japan.