The ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia operates a wide range of programmes and projects focusing on employment promotion, stopping the exploitation at work and social dialogue. The overall purpose of this technical cooperation is to support implementation of the Decent Work agenda in both countries.
1 July 2008 - 30 April 2011
The China Climate Change Partnership Framework (CCPF) is the first Joint Programme of its kind on climate change in China and was the only programme under the Spanish MDG Achievement Fund which was granted the maximum funding allocation possible.It brings together the work of nine UN Agencies in close coordination and partnership with their ten government counterparts. ILO joined this efforts to promote green jobs in China.
Promoting Livelihoods for Persons with Disabilities: Enhanced Skills for Employability and Policy Application
1 May 2010 - 30 April 2011
The main purpose of the project is to increase income levels of people with disabilities through enhancing skills and employability as well as improving the impact of the new legal framework for promotion of employment of people with disabilities.
1 January 2010 - 30 April 2011
Livelihood Recovery Project in Sichuan is to help 5,000 farmers who lost their farmland and 600 disabled farmers or their family members due to the 2008 earthquake, to increase their income and employment viability through “Start and Improve Your Business” (SIYB) training and vocational training, meanwhile, to help Red Cross develop their capacity to plan and implement employment promotion projects, especially in vocational training and “Start and Improve Your Business” (SIYB) training.
1 January 2008 - 31 December 2010
The project aims to promote compliance with ILO Convention No. 111 in China in order to achieve equal employment opportunity and treatment for all workers. The project will build the capacity of ILO contituents and other social partners to promote equality at work, endeavor to improve laws and policies, labour contracts and enterprise level agreements to promote the application of fundamental principles and rights with an emphasis on non-discrimination and equality, and establish a knowledge base for knowledge and information sharing on non-discrimination.
1 January 2009 - 31 August 2010
The programme will cooperate with local Department of Human Resources and Social Security in Yunnan and establish a mechanism for local NGOs to refer unemployed people living with HIV to join the government programme on "Start and Improve Your Business".
1 April 2008 - 30 June 2010
The Project seeks to enhance the knowledge-sharing and understanding of respective migration systems between relevant Chinese and European Union authorities, as well as to promote cooperation between the two sides in migration field via the exchange of expertise, information and personnel.
Support to the Proposed National Sub-programme to Eliminate the Worst Forms of Child Labour: Time-Bound Measures
30 September 2005 - 31 May 2010
The project aims at strengthening the enabling environment for national action against the worst forms of child labour and developing the area based integrated interventions model to elimainte the worst forms of child labour at the local level by removing and preventing at least 6000 boys and girls at risk or engaged in the worst forms of child labour.
1 January 2007 - 31 December 2009
Corporate Social Responsibility in the Chinese Textile Industry aims to facilitate sustainable value growth of the Chinese textile industry by promoting Corporate Social Responsibility, by way of enabling textile-producing enterprises to adopt good management, labour and environmental practices.
1 April 2006 - 30 June 2009
The Programme aims to counter workplace discrimination and stigma related to HIV status and to address the prevention-care continuum by providing behaviour change communication programmes and information on access to care, support and treatment.
1 June 2000 - 30 September 2008
The Project aims at contributing to the eradication of labour exploitation of children and women in the Great Mekong Sub-region.