Trade for Decent Work
Mongolia has ratified the ILO Conventions 138 and 182 and has adopted and revised the Hazardous child labour list since 2008. Labour Law of Mongolia was revised in 2021 and brought it more compliant with the international labour standards.
Chinese celebrity actor, in collaboration with the ILO, campaigns for the prevention of pneumoconiosis
28 April 2022
The ILO has collaborated with Wang Baoqiang, an A-lister actor in Chinese movies and TV series, in producing a series of video clips to raise the attention of workers, employers and the society to workplace dust hazards and prevention of pneumoconiosis.
Women entrepreneurs can make changes to eliminate violence and harassment in world of work in Mongolia
“Women Entrepreneurs’ High-level Meeting: Decent Workplace” to raise awareness of women entrepreneurs’ understanding and knowledge about the violence and harassment at work, takes place on March 14, 2022. This event is supported by EU-funded project Trade for Decent Work.
01 March 2022
ChinaDaily called for an Interview with Esteban Tromel, ILO Senior Disability Specialist
16 February 2022
ILO Working paper 48
15 February 2022
Labour Inspection Technical Note on strategic compliance planning for decent work in global supply chains
01 February 2022
21 January 2022
This publication focuses on the experiences of countries that have adopted or are considering adopting employment injury insurance (EII) systems for workers in local digital platform employment. It provides an up-to-date review of the general principles of EII and how these principles can be adapted to enable protection of platform workers in specific country contexts.
27 December 2021
This report presents the results of the 2021 Informal Employment Survey for Mongolia, which was undertaken to understand the current state of informal employment in the country.
Informal employment has been an enduring social phenomenon in Mongolia. This report presents the results of the 2021 Informal Employment Survey for Mongolia, which was undertaken to understand the current state of informal employment in the country.