ILO in Mongolia

  • Mongolia’s pensions challenge calls for careful reform not radical change

    In common with many countries around the world, Mongolia needs to make difficult decisions regarding its pension scheme. Nuno Meira Simoes da Cunha, the International Labour Organization’s Senior Technical Specialist on Social Protection explains why reforming the current system would be a better approach rather than making radical changes.

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    National Plan of Action for Decent Work (NPA-DW)

    In 2005, the Government of Mongolia, the Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions (CMTU) and the Mongolian Employers' Federation (MONEF) adopted a National Plan of Action for Decent Work (NPA-DW) . It was among the first countries in Asia to do so. Having completed implementation of NPA-DW (2005-2009), the constituents are in the process of formulating the NPA-DW for 2010-2015. In accordance with this plan, the ILO provides technical assistance and advice relating to employment creation, human resource development, social protection, social dialogue and the promotion of fundamental principles and rights at work.

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    Ratifications for Mongolia

    Mongolia has been a member of ILO since 1968 and actively participates in its activities. Mongolia has ratified 15 ILO Conventions including the 8 fundamental Conventions. In addition to staff based locally, ILO work in the country is supported by international experts from the ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia, as well as from Bangkok and Geneva.

About the ILO in Mongolia

Mongolia is a landlocked developing country with population of little over three million. It is located in central Asia bordering with the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China.