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.

2016

  1. Memorandum of Understanding between the International Labour Organization and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of China

    06 September 2016

    On September 6th 2016, in Beijing, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the People’s Republic of China (MOHRSS) signed an updated Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) defining their cooperation as a strategic partnership.

  2. 21st century herder modules

    25 July 2016

    The 21st century herder is a self-learning package which was designed to increase herder's knowledge on pastoral livestock rearing. It contains nine modules that are available only in Mongolian.

  3. 21st century herder: Module 9 on improvement of income and productivity through enhanced skills in product making

    25 July 2016

    This module on improvement of income and productivity through enhanced skills in product making is a part of the self-learning package "21st Century Herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  4. 21st century herder: Module 8 on herders' groups and cooperative development

    25 July 2016

    This module on herders' groups and cooperative development is a part of the self-learning package "21st Century Herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  5. 21st century herder: Module 7 on risk management

    25 July 2016

    This module on risk management is a part of the self-learning package "21st century herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  6. 21st century herder: Module 6 on livestock health and veterinary services

    25 July 2016

    This module on livestock health and veterinary services is a part of the self-learning package "21st century herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  7. 21st century herder: Module 5 on preparation of hay and natural feed

    25 July 2016

    This module on p Preparation of hay and natural feed is a part of the self-learning package "21st Century Herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  8. 21st century herder: Module 4 on pasture management

    25 July 2016

    This module on pasture management is a part of the self-learning package "21st century herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  9. 21st century herder: Module 3 on livestock breeding

    25 July 2016

    This module on livestock breeding is a part of the self-learning package "21st century herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  10. 21st century herder: Module 2 on livestock rearing

    25 July 2016

    This module on livestock rearing is a part of the self-learning package "21st century herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  11. 21st century herder: Module 1 on available government support to herders

    25 July 2016

    This module on available government support to herders is a part of the self-learning package "21st century herder". The module is available only in Mongolian.

  12. Jobs and skills for youth: review of policies for youth employment of China

    21 July 2016

  13. Newsletter Issue 3: EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Project

    23 June 2016

    This edition of project newsletter offers an overview of the cooperation frameworks between EU and China in the area of recent migration related policy developments, mobility of researchers, schemes introduced by both sides to promote and attract top talent, and policy research and discussion on labour migration in China’s urbanization process with particular attention to the protection of vulnerable groups such as domestic workers. In addition, you will read analysis on the impact of the project activities, completed in the last quarter, on the overall objective of supporting the EU China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility.

  14. Review of policy and practice: Compulsory military service and conscript labour in Mongolia

    15 June 2016

    The report identifies areas in which Mongolian national law, policies and practices may be reviewed to ensure that compulsory military service is organized in a manner that is in compliance with Mongolia’s international obligations. It recommends making hiring for development programmes part of general employment programmes and labour market policy.

  15. An empirical study: Prison labour and employment conditions of convicts in Mongolia

    15 June 2016

    The report identifies various areas in which Mongolian national law and practices may be reviewed to ensure that the private employment of prisoners is organized in a manner that is in full compliance with Mongolia’s international obligations and is beneficial for the prisoners themselves.

  16. Technical explanatory note: The criminalization of discrimination

    09 June 2016

    This technical explanatory note provides information on discrimination in the workplace and discusses the effectiveness of different methods of tackling such discrimination, including the use of criminal sanctions.

  17. Mongolia policy brief: International labour standards and trade

    09 June 2016

    This policy brief is part of a series providing information on international labour standards and their implementation in Mongolia.

  18. Mongolia policy brief: Child labour

    09 June 2016

    This policy brief is part of a series providing information on international labour standards and their implementation in Mongolia.

  19. Mongolia policy brief: Forced labour

    09 June 2016

    This policy brief is part of a series providing information on international labour standards and their implementation in Mongolia.

  20. Financial assessment of the proposed reform to the social security system for older persons and a proposed new pension scheme for the herders and self-employed persons

    01 June 2016

    This report analyses some propositions of the reform of the Mongolian pension system. It also presents an analysis of the implementation of a new scheme for herders and self-employed workers. It is important to bear in mind that this report does not constitute an actuarial valuation of the current social security system in Mongolia. Some of the data needed to proceed were not available. Enough information was however available to have a good idea of the magnitude of the recommended options.