China resources

  1. Call for expressions of interest: Paper on sustainable social security financing in new forms of employment

    16 May 2022

    Submissions should be sent to frotal@ilo.org no later than 30 May 2022.

  2. Call for expressions of interest: Resource person on occupational pensions for a policy dialogue on multi-tier social security pensions in China

    10 May 2022

    The ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia is seeking a qualified international consultant as a resource person to contribute to a series of activities leading to a policy dialogue on multi-tier social security pensions in China. Submissions should be sent to frotal@ilo.org no later than 13 May 2022, 12.00 pm Beijing time.

  3. 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.

  4. Call for expressions of interest: Resource person for a learning session on “New technologies for information, learning and education in social security

    25 April 2022

    The ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia is seeking a qualified individual as a resource person to share knowledge and practice on the topic of “developing a communication and learning initiative to increase participation in social security using serious games” on 29 June 2022, in the last session of a series of four learning and coaching sessions. Submissions should be sent to frotal@ilo.org no later than 05 May 2022. Please check the PDF document for further information.

  5. Labour Market Research Coordinator

    21 April 2022

    The position is located in the ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia (CO-Beijing), based in Beijing, China. CO-Beijing is guided by the Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) which focuses on three strategic areas: increase the quantity and quality of employment; promote and extend social protection in and out of the workplace; and strengthen the rule of law and the realization of fundamental principles and rights at work in China. In the implementation of its activities and programmes, CO-Beijing works in close partnership with the Government of People’s Republic of China in particular its technical line ministry, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security and its social partners, the employers' and workers' organizations. The DWCP China Programme is an integral component of the UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF). This position aims to provide support to (1) enhancing CO-Beijing’s technical capacity of monitoring labour market trends at national and global levels, providing evidence-based policy advisory service to meet the needs of constituents, and assisting them in developing policy measures addressing the new challenges arising from the dynamic changes in the world of work; and (2) strengthening CO-Beijing’s capacity of implementation of the Decent Work Country Programme 2021-25 and UNSDCF 2021-25. Please note that all candidates must complete an on-line application form. To apply, please visit ILO People. The system provides instructions for online application procedures. Fraud warning The ILO does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process whether at the application, interview, processing or training stage. Messages originating from a non ILO e-mail account - @ilo.org - should be disregarded. In addition, the ILO does not require or need to know any information relating to the bank account details of applicants.

  6. Developing Decent Work Country Programme for Mongolia, 2023-2027

    11 April 2022

    Mongolia is a member of the International Labour Organization (ILO) since 1968 and has ratified 21 conventions of the ILO including all fundamental conventions. The country has a strong commitment to implement the 1998 Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and 2008 Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization and has welcomed the decision of the International Labour Conference of 2019 adopting Centennial Declaration on Future of Work. The International Labour Organization has closely worked with Mongolian constituents– the Government, employers and workers, providing support in the areas of employment, industrial relations, social protection, occupational safety and health, formalization of informal economies, strengthening social dialogue and tripartite mechanism, and more. Meanwhile, the United Nations in Mongolia is preparing its next generation of cooperation framework, the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) for the five-year period from 2023 to 2027. It is the successor document to the UNDAF 2017-2021 which is in its final implementation phase and final evaluation has recently been done. UNDAF 2012-2021 was extended by one year until the end of 2022, which became necessary in view of the COVID-19 and the need for the UN in Mongolia to focus on urgent response to the situation emerging due to the pandemic. The ILO tripartite constituents have actively engaged in development of Common Country Assessment and participated in prioritization exercise organized in November 2021. According to the latest draft of the UNSDCF, below is the strategic priorities and outcomes for Mongolia.

  7. To provide support in drafting the revision of trade union law

    05 April 2022

    The State Great Khural (Parliament of Mongolia) has adopted the revised Labour Law on the 2nd of July 2021. The new Labour Law is in effect from the 1st of January 2022. The newly revised Labour law has introduced many new provisions which ensure fundamental principles and rights at work including freedom of associations and collective bargaining.

  8. Communication Officer

    30 March 2022

    Recruitment process Please note that all candidates must complete an on-line application form. To apply, please visit ILO People. The system provides instructions for online application procedures. Fraud warning The ILO does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process whether at the application, interview, processing or training stage. Messages originating from a non ILO e-mail account - @ilo.org - should be disregarded. In addition, the ILO does not require or need to know any information relating to the bank account details of applicants.

  9. Support the development of labour dispute related regulations and training programme for Mongolia

    10 March 2022

    The Parliament of Mongolia has approved the revision of the Labour Law on 2 July 2021. The new (revised) Labour Law, having been published in the government gazette comes into effect from 1 January 2022. This concludes more than a decade of effort, on-and-off and at times concerted efforts, involving many rounds of drafts, and work of many dedicated bodies involving the Ministry of Labour, social partners, the Parliament, and experts and civil society, and engagement by the ILO. The new Labour Law introduces numerous changes, including, in particular, new provisions for labour dispute resolution. In connection with this, major changes in the procedures and mechanisms/institutions for the resolution of various types of labour disputes will be made.

  10. Support the development of labour dispute related regulations and training programme for Mongolia

    09 March 2022

    The new Labour Law introduces numerous changes, including, in particular, new provisions for labour dispute resolution. In connection with this, major changes in the procedures and mechanisms/institutions for the resolution of various types of labour disputes will be made.