The ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia implements, in close partnership with its constituents, a number of programmes and projects covering the four areas of the decent work agenda.

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  1. Support to Promote and Apply ILO Convention No. 111

    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.

  2. Improve Employment Service for People Living with HIV and AIDS

    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".

  3. Capacity Building for Migration Management in China

    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.

  4. 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. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the Chinese Textile Industry

    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.

  2. HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Programme in China

    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. Mekong Sub-Regional Project to Combat Trafficking in Children and Women

    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.

  2. Forced Labour and Trafficking: the Role of Labour Institutions in Law Enforcement and International Cooperation in China

    1 January 2005 - 30 April 2008

    The project aims to enhance the capacity of the Government of China to improve the law enforcement in human trafficking cycle, building on the data-gathering, victim identification, law and policy, and operational activities that the ILO has been carrying out in recent years.


  1. Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB)

    1 July 2006 - 30 June 2007

    The objective of the project is to facilitate the socio-economic integration of particularly vulnerable target groups among the local migrant community by enabling them to start-up and run their own small social businesses.


  1. ILO PAF-3 Project: Response to HIV/AIDS in the Workplace in Guangdong Province

    1 January - 31 December 2006

    The objectives of the project are to mobilise workplaces in the fight against HIV/AIDS and to alleviate stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS, and reduce HIV/AIDS risk behaviours among target workers.