Mongolia resources

May 2022

  1. Hazardous child labour list is being updated

    21 April 2022

    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.

March 2022

  1. Women entrepreneurs can make changes to eliminate violence and harassment in world of work in Mongolia

    14 March 2022

    “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.

December 2021

  1. The state of informal employment in Mongolia: Survey report

    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.

  2. It takes an average of 58 hours a week to earn less than 30 percent of the national average

    27 December 2021

    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.

  3. Extending social health protection: Accelerating progress towards Universal Health Coverage in Asia and the Pacific

    This regional report documents and analyses country experiences and lessons on the extension of social health protection coverage in the Asia and the Pacific region. It provides a detailed account of progress made, challenges encountered and remaining coverage gaps, and explores their root causes.

November 2021

  1. COVID-19 and employment in the tourism sector in the Asia–Pacific region

    A brief from the ILO highlights COVID-19 impacts on tourism employment in Asia and the Pacific that have left the sector reeling from job losses, deterioration in work quality and shifts towards increased informality.

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    ILO research highlights massive COVID-19 impact on tourism employment in Asia and the Pacific

    Asia–Pacific tourism industry left reeling from job losses, deterioration in work quality and shifts towards increased informality.

  3. Partnership can double the impact

    9 November 2021

    There are four UN sister agencies - ILO, FAO, UNFPA and UNICEF - join efforts to improve livelihood and situations of herders so that they are socially protection and naturally and economically resilient to any types of shocks.

  4. Training on Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining and Benefits of Social Insurance was held in Dornogobi aimag

    3 - 4 November 2021

    The Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions (CMTU) organized a two-day training for herders in Dornogobi aimag about the Freedom of Association (FOA) and Collective Bargaining (CB) and benefits of Social Insurance Programme of Mongolia.

October 2021

  1. Zavkhan Herders Learn Cooperative Management

    29 October 2021

    Training of Trainers of “My Coop - Managing Agricultural Cooperative” was organized in Uliastai soum, Zavkhan province between 25-29 October as part of the ILO-led UN Joint Programme (UNJP) “Extending Social Protection to Herders with Enhanced Shock Responsiveness.” Thirty members of six cooperatives and their leaders, and teachers of Lifelong Education Centres of Otgon, Ider, Durvuljin, Ikh-Uul, and Tes soums in Zavkhan province attended the training.