Publications

The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to China and Mongolia. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested from the ILO Library in Beijing.

2020

  1. Information note of Actuarial training: Improving china’s institutional capacity towards universal social protection

    01 July 2020

  2. National pension funds: a review of governance structures, management and international practice

    01 July 2020

  3. Social Security Policy Monitor China, April – May 2020, Issue 2

    01 July 2020

  4. An ILO for All Seasons-The International Labour Organization's Ways out of Crisis

    29 June 2020

    Over a hundred years, the ILO has developed International Labour Standards and Policy Responses to mitigate the effects of employment and social crises.The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how hasards move in a globalized world. It has highlighted the need to use the tools that are available for countering social and economic crises and securing the safety and health of workers. This book traces the development of these tools and the ways in which they have been successfully applied over the last hundred years.

  5. Executive Summary of Fair employment at the workplace: A case study on HIV in five Chinese-owned companies in Kampala, Uganda

    29 April 2020

  6. © Mladen ANTONOV / AFP 2020

    COVID-19 and employment in the tourism sector: Impact and response in Asia and the Pacific

    24 April 2020

    This note offers the ILO’s preliminary assessment concerning the possible impacts of COVID-19 on employment in the tourism sector of the Asia-Pacific region and proposes a range of policy options to mitigate these impacts and facilitate strong and fast recovery.

  7. Social Security Policy Monitor China, December 2019 – March 2020

    09 April 2020

  8. ILO/China Project on Strengthening Skills Development in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar through South-South and Triangular cooperation (SSTC): Project Fact sheet

    31 March 2020

  9. © Peter Parks / AFP 2020

    ILO Monitor: COVID-19 and the world of work. 1st Edition

    18 March 2020

2019

  1. Improving social protection for internal migrant workers in China

    12 December 2019

    The report further argues that the social security coordination mechanism used among EU Member States could be a useful reference for China. It suggests to: 1) enhance the centralized management of social security funds at the national level; 2) eliminate household registration restrictions to allow migrant workers to register in the social security schemes for urban and rural residents at the place of employment; 3) upgrade the social security information system; and, 4) improve the efficiency of the transfer of social security records and benefits between provinces.

  2. Improving the social protection of workers migrating between China and the EU countries

    12 December 2019

    With fast growing international trade and exchanges, international migration between China and EU countries has increased greatly in recent decades. Past experiences in a number of countries have shown that the conclusion of bilateral social security agreements (SSAs) is an effective way of improving the social protection of migrant workers.

  3. Employment and Environmental Sustainability Fact Sheet China 2019

    25 November 2019

    The Employment and Environmental Sustainability Fact Sheets series provides key features of employment and environmental sustainability performance.

  4. China-ILO Cooperation: The People’s Republic of China is a founding member State of the ILO

    22 November 2019

  5. Employment and environmental sustainability in Asia and the Pacific

    20 November 2019

    The Employment and Environmental Sustainability Fact Sheets series provides key indicators of employment and environmental sustainability performance. They include: (i) employment in environmental sectors; (ii) skill levels; (iii) vulnerability of jobs; (iv) jobs in renewable energy; and (v) scoring on the Environmental Performance Index.

  6. ILO-OECD China Brochure

    19 November 2019

    In China, the programme focuses on the electronic and textile industries; both of which are large employers and important sectors for the Chinese economy, and are characterised by extensive supply chain links with Europe and Asia.

  7. Employment and environmental sustainability in China

    18 November 2019

    The Employment and Environmental Sustainability Fact Sheets series provides key indicators of employment and environmental sustainability performance. They include: (i) employment in environmental sectors; (ii) skill levels; (iii) vulnerability of jobs; (iv) jobs in renewable energy; and (v) scoring on the Environmental Performance Index.

  8. Employment and environmental sustainability in Mongolia

    18 November 2019

    The Employment and Environmental Sustainability Fact Sheets series provides key indicators of employment and environmental sustainability performance. They include: (i) employment in environmental sectors; (ii) skill levels; (iii) vulnerability of jobs; (iv) jobs in renewable energy; and (v) scoring on the Environmental Performance Index.

  9. Responsible Business: Key messages from International Instruments

    18 October 2019

    Three instruments have become the key reference points for responsible business: The ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (ILO MNE Declaration), the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (OECD MNE Guidelines) and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UN Guiding Principles). This brochure provides an overview of their respective functions, common elements and describes how they work together to help businesses implement responsible business practices.

  10. Global social security and economic development: Retrospect and prospect

    09 October 2019

    This Working Paper is the result of a joint research project between the China Association of Social Security, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES).

  11. Workers’ Guide to Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience Recommendation (No. 205)

    28 August 2019

    Through this Workers’ Guide, the ILO’s Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ACTRAV) provides information and guidance on how trade unions can ensure the implementation of this new global tool to their advantage. It is intended to serve as a valuable reference to workers’ organizations on the provisions of Recommendation No. 205.