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Press Releases

  1. ILO supports inclusion of musculoskeletal disorders into the list of occupational diseases in China

    16 June 2022

    ILO and its Chinese partners join hands to address key issues and obstacles of expansion of the national list of occupational diseases.

  2. 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.

  3. Final Workshop on Quality Apprenticeship and Lifelong Learning plus Project Conclusion Meeting successfully held online

    15 December 2021

    During 9 and 10 December, the ILO project ‘Quality Apprenticeship and Lifelong Learning in China’ successfully organized the Final Workshop on Quality Apprenticeship and Lifelong Learning plus Project Conclusion Meeting online under the circumstance of the COVID-19. Around 160 participants attended the Workshop to enhance their understanding of core skills, green skill development and training of professional apprenticeship trainers. Participants from the government, sectors, enterprises and TVET institutions also shared key takeaways from project piloting and outlooks in the next phase during the Project Conclusion Meeting.

  4. The ILO and China reaffirm the strategic South-South Cooperation partnership in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

    01 December 2021

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

    18 November 2021

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