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  1. Event

    Debate|Who shapes the future of work, people or technology?

    2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the UN and the Decade of Action on the SDGs. The UN in China has initiated a series of activities to celebrate this year. The ILO Beijing office has joined this campaign by organizing a debate on “Who shapes the future of work, people or technology?” and developed a dialogue on the future of work with the Chinese youth.

  2. Press release

    The first online actuarial training for MOHRSS and its local branches

    01 July 2020

  3. Publication

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

    01 July 2020

  4. New Study

    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. New Study

    Launch of "An ILO for All Seasons": Interview with Kari Tapiola

    26 June 2020

    Kari Tapiola, former Deputy-Director General of the ILO presents his study "An ILO for All Seasons" to be launched on 29th June 2020.

  6. 25th June 2020

    Book launch: "Still Work to be Done"

    In this book, Luc Cortebeeck examines the future of work: how can we eliminate child labour and exploitation?How do we make governments ans multinationals respect all workers in supply chains? How will we work in the post-coronavirus world? These are some questions that Luc Cortebeeck tried to respond in this book which is a plea for effective international social regulations and a strong ILO as cornerstone for social progress.

  7. COVID-19 and Workers'Organizations

    ILO Webinar on COVID-19: Stimulating the Economy and Employment​ in Asia and Pacific

    The lockdown measures have sparked an unprecedented economic crisis in most countries around the world. “Jobs-led” and “human centred” economic policies have become increasingly important and necessary in the COVID-19 crisis and recovery response. The ILO Policy Framework on COVID-19 Crisis based on International Labour Standards identified out four (4) pillars to fight the crisis and one of which is the pillar on “Stimulating the Economy and Employment”. This webinar, part of the ACTRAV Webinar Series 2.0 will explore how economic and employment policies (in particular active labour market policies) can support workers and sectors in the Asia Pacific region to promote employment growth and more decent work on the road to recovery.

  8. Event

    ILO/MLSP Online Meeting on Labour Dispute Resolution System in Mongolia

    With the support of the ILO Office for China and Mongolia and ITC-ILO, the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection (MLSP) is hosting an online meeting on labour dispute resolution system in Mongolia. This meeting is taking place in the framework of the ILO Distance course on dispute resolution system for Mongolia for 25 May-03 July 2020. It is supported by the ILO RBSA project on Promoting Formal Employment for Inclusive and Diversified Economic Growth in Mongolia.

  9. Event

    Distance Course on Dispute Resolution System for Mongolia

    At the request of the ILO Office for China and Mongolia, ITC-ILO has developed this course on dispute resolution system for the Mongolian tripartite partners, namely the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection (MLSP), the Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions (CMTU) and the Mongolian Employers’ Federation (MONEF). It is part of the ILO effort to promote effective dispute resolution systems and support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No 16 on access to justice. The course is supported by the ILO RBSA project on Promoting Formal Employment for Inclusive and Diversified Economic Growth in Mongolia.

  10. Event

    The First Steering Committee Meeting of UN Joint Programme on Extending Social Protection to Herders with Enhanced Shock Responsiveness

    The United Nations in Mongolia, in close cooperation with Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of Mongolia has organized the first Steering Committee Meeting of the UN Joint Programme on Extending Social Protection to Herders with Enhanced Shock Responsiveness, on May 28, 2020. The Steering committee has endorsed the project implementation structure and the workplan.