Mongolia resources

February 2024

  1. Call for expression of interest: International consultant to develop operational tools and training modules on forced labour for judges, prosecutors, law enforcement officers and legal practitioners in Mongolia

    20 February - 4 March 2024

    Forced labour affects Mongolian and migrant workers in Mongolia in various sectors, including mining, factory work, utilities, transportation, construction, customer service, health service, military conscripts, prisons, and sexual exploitation. Against this background, the the USDOL funded Bridge -II project that aims to improve the national capacity to eliminate forced labour in Mongolia will provide the government with technical support to develop operational tools and related training modules on forced labour for judges, prosecutors, law enforcement officers and legal practitioners. This work will be implemented in partnership with the Coordination Council for Crime Prevention under the Minister for Justice and Home Affairs. Interested individuals should submit their letter of interest together with CVs and daily professional fee expressed in USD including samples of past work. Please send to ulaanbaatar@ilo.org; boldbaatar@ilo.org by 12 pm (Ulaanbaatar time), 4 March 2024. For details, please see the document below.

  2. Call for expression of interest: National consultant to develop operational tools and training modules on forced labour for judges, prosecutors, law enforcement officers and legal practitioners in Mongolia

    20 February - 4 March 2024

    Forced labour affects Mongolian and migrant workers in Mongolia in various sectors, including mining, factory work, utilities, transportation, construction, customer service, health service, military conscripts, prisons, and sexual exploitation. Against this background, the the USDOL funded Bridge -II project that aims to improve the national capacity to eliminate forced labour in Mongolia will provide the government with technical support to develop operational tools and related training modules on forced labour for judges, prosecutors, law enforcement officers and legal practitioners. This work will be implemented in partnership with the Coordination Council for Crime Prevention under the Minister for Justice and Home Affairs. Interested individuals should submit their letter of interest together with CVs and daily professional fee expressed in MNT including samples of past work. Please send to ulaanbaatar@ilo.org; boldbaatar@ilo.org by 12 pm (Ulaanbaatar time), 4 March 2024. For details, please see the document below.

  3. Call for expression of interest: International consultant to develop labour inspection tools and training modules on forced labour for Mongolian labour inspectors

    19 February - 1 March 2024

    Forced labour affects Mongolian and migrant workers in Mongolia in various sectors, including mining, factory work, utilities, transportation, construction, customer service, health service, military conscripts, prisons, and sexual exploitation. According to an ILO supported training needs assessment of labour inspectors (2021), capacity building is needed in dealing with forced labour situations and monitoring employment and working conditions of migrant workers in Mongolia. Against this background, the USDOL funded Bridge -II project that aims to improve the national capacity to eliminate forced labour in Mongolia will provide the government, in particular MLSP with technical support to develop labour inspection tools on forced labour and related training modules for labour inspectors. Interested individuals should submit their letter of interest together with CVs and daily professional fee expressed in USD including samples of past work. Please send to ulaanbaatar@ilo.org; boldbaatar@ilo.org by 12 pm (Ulaanbaatar time), 1 March 2024. For details, please see the document below.

  4. Call for expression of interest: National consultant to develop labour inspection tools and training modules on forced labour for Mongolian labour inspectors

    19 February - 1 March 2024

    Forced labour affects Mongolian and migrant workers in Mongolia in various sectors, including mining, factory work, utilities, transportation, construction, customer service, health service, military conscripts, prisons, and sexual exploitation. According to an ILO supported training needs assessment of labour inspectors (2021), capacity building is needed in dealing with forced labour situations and monitoring employment and working conditions of migrant workers in Mongolia. Against this background, the USDOL funded Bridge -II project that aims to improve the national capacity to eliminate forced labour in Mongolia will provide the government, in particular MLSP with technical support to develop labour inspection tools on forced labour and related training modules for labour inspectors. Interested individuals should submit their letter of interest together with CVs and daily professional fee expressed in MNT including samples of past work. Please send to ulaanbaatar@ilo.org; boldbaatar@ilo.org by 12 pm (Ulaanbaatar time), 1 March 2024. For details, please see the document below.

January 2024

  1. Global Youth Forum 2024: Youth at the forefront of achieving the 2023 agenda for sustainable development

    29 January - 9 February 2024

    The ITCILO, training arm of the International Labour Organization, organizes the 2024 edition of its Global Youth Forum – an experiential learning platform bringing youth at the forefront of efforts aimed at supporting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and achieving its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

  2. Journalists build skills in reporting on forced labour

    17 - 19 January 2024

    The Government of Mongolia and its social partners have been working closely with the ILO to effectively implement ILO's fundamental principles and rights at work, with particular focus on eliminating forced and compulsory labour in Mongolia.

  3. Mongolian trade unions to fight against forced labour

    15 - 16 January 2024

    The Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions (CMTU) and the ILO have jointly organized a two-day training workshop on forced labour for trade unions within the framework of the ILO Bridge-II project funded by the United States Department of Labor (USDOL).

  4. Reporting on forced labour and fair recruitment: An ILO toolkit for Mongolian journalists

    This toolkit was developed to help journalists report on fair recruitment and forced labour.

  5. Extending social protection coverage among Mongolian herders: Closing the social protection coverage gap for Mongolian herders

    This policy brief highlights challenges that hinder the inclusion of herders in social protection coverage. Some policy options that can increase the coverage have been considered based on international experience and ILO social security norms and principles.

December 2023

  1. Social protection diagnostic review: From a schematic to systems approach for social protection

    The objective of this study is to assist social dialogue in Mongolia by building evidence and engaging with constituents to make recommendations pertaining to the future of social protection in the country.