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  1. Statement

    Opening remarks at the Conference on Global Social Security and Economic Development At the 13th International Forum on Social Security

    16 September 2017

    By Mr Tim De Meyer, Director, ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia

  2. Event

    Roundtable Discussion on Conclusion and Recommendation of the Study on Application of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work of Small and Medium Enterprises Conducted by the National Human Rights Commission

    National Human Rights Commission has conducted a study on the application of fundamental principles and rights at work of small and medium sized enterprises in trade, commerce and wool and cashmere sectors.

  3. Event

    ILO/MONEF Workshop on Developing a Self-Assessment Tool for Employers: Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

    Mongolian Employers' Federation (MONEF) is developing a Self-assessment tool to support its members to comply with international labour standards to ensure accessibility to international market. This is the first round of discussion of the tool and the second one is scheduled to be organized in Darkhan city in October 2017.

  4. “1+6” Roundtable Meeting

    Promoting an open, invigorated and inclusive world economy

    12 September 2017

    The Chinese Government and international organizations, including the ILO, issue joint statement calling for mutually-beneficial economic globalization at the “1+6 Roundtable Meeting” in Beijing.

  5. Employment in Latin America and the Caribbean

    China trade, investment and projects create 1.8 million jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean

    07 September 2017

    The first research carried out on the impact of economic relations with China on the volume and quality of employment in the region highlights the lack of knowledge on the subject, and sheds light on a relationship that has intensified and is taking on “growing complexity”.

  6. Publication

    Labour Migration From China to Europe: Scope and Potential

    06 September 2017

    The research presented in this report was conducted under the “EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Project”, funded by the EU and jointly carried out by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

  7. Event

    ILO Continues to Contribute to the Ongoing Debate on Social Insurance Reform in Mongolia

    At the invitation of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection (MLSP) and the General Authority for Health and Social Insurance (GAHSI), the ILO is joining an international forum on “Social insurance reform: Current situation and future perspectives” to be held in Ulaanbaatar. The tripartite partners of Mongolia together with domestic and international experts will discuss the present and future challenges in social security and ways to overcome these challenges with a focus on pension, employment injury and unemployment schemes.

  8. Publication

    Executive Summary-Labour Migration From China to Europe: Scope and Potential

    06 September 2017

    The research presented in this report was conducted under the “EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Project”, funded by the EU and jointly carried out by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

  9. Publication

    Attracting skilled international migrants to China: A review and comparison of policies and practices

    06 September 2017

    The report reviews the existing policies and practices of China concerning the attraction of foreign professionals and other skilled international migrants with a comparative analysis of talent attraction policies and their outcomes in Germany, Japan, and Singapore. Based on a comparative study, recommendations are put forward for China to improve its foreign talent policies and practices in order to be more successful in the international competition for talents.

  10. Event

    ILO/CMTU Training Workshop on Organizing, Representing Workers and Collective Bargaining for Decent Work

    The Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions (CMTU) and the ILO are jointly organizing this training workshop with the support of the EU Funded project “CAMELS – Sustaining GSP-Plus status by strengthened national capacities to improve ILS compliance and reporting – Mongolia” (MNG/15/50/EUR). It aims at improving capacity of key trade union officials of CMTU in organizing, representing and collective bargaining in the changing world of work.