ILO in China and Mongolia

  • OpEd

    China promotes gender equality at work

    OpEd by Claire Courteille-Mulder, ILO country director for China and Mongolia.

    According to an ILO report, up to 12 percent of workers said they had been subject to verbal abuse, humiliating behavior, bullying, unwanted sexual attention or sexual harassment. Eliminating violence and harassment at the workplace is crucial to achieve greater gender equality and shape a future that works for all men and women, says Claire Courteille-Mulder.

  • ILC

    New international labour standard to combat violence, harassment, at work agreed

    The Centenary International Labour Conference has adopted a new Convention and Recommendation to combat violence and harassment in the workplace.

  • International Cooperation

    ILO broadens cooperation with its Chinese partners under the Belt and Road Initiative

    “The Belt and Road Initiative opens new perspectives and new opportunities for international cooperation.” says ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder.

  • ILO Centenary

    Happy birthday ILO!

    On 11 April 1919, the ILO Constitution was adopted by the Paris Peace Conference. 100 years later - to the day - the ILO marks its centenary anniversary with a day-long ‘virtual’ Global Tour, live-streaming special centenary events from 24 ILO Offices around the world in a continuous 24-hour webcast, showcasing the diversity of the ILO’s work today.

  • ILO Centenary

    ILO marks centenary with hope for the future

    OpEd by Claire Courteille-Mulder, ILO country director for China and Mongolia.

    This year marks the 100 year anniversary of the ILO. It is a special moment to look back and celebrate the past achievements, but it also a unique opportunity to look ahead and prepare the Organisation for the future. The ILO has dedicated its centenary anniversary to the future of work and China is expected to play an important role.