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.
Advancing International Labour Standards and Socially Responsible Labour Practices on the “Belt and Road”
2 November 2021
1 November 2021
A Webinar for Masters students in Nottingham University Business School China.
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.
28 October 2021
25 October 2021
This panel discussion is to advocate and raise awareness about violence and harassment in world of work and promote ratification of ILO C190 concerning violence and harassment, the very first international treaty to recognize the right of everyone to a world of work free from violence and harassment, including gender-based violence and harassment.
21 - 22 October 2021
20 October - 20 December 2021
The Parliament of Mongolia approved a new Labour Law in July 2021, which will take effect on January 1, 2022. The tripartite social partners are working together to promote and advocate the law.
6 - 8 October 2021
This training aims at providing an opportunity for trained facilitators to practice their facilitation skills. The training is supported by the ILO project on Promoting Formal Employment for Inclusive and Diversified Economic Growth in Mongolia (MNG/18/01/RBS).
29 September 2021
As part of the ILO-led UN Joint Programme (UNJP) “Extending Social Protection to Herders with Enhanced Shock Responsiveness,” ILO has three main areas of intervention towards extending social protection to herders. One of them is to support the herders to increase their income. The main objectives of the intervention are to 1) improve herder’s life skills and update their knowledge on the livestock production, 2) set up a knowledge infrastructure tailored to enable herders to access information equally.