Projects

The ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia implements, in close partnership with its constituents, a number of programmes and projects covering the four areas of the decent work agenda.

Find out more below!

2020

  1. Multidisciplinary Research on Poverty, Inequality and HIV and AIDS

    1 January - 31 December 2020

    The project is under the Plan of the Joint UN Team on AIDS in China.

  2. Responsible Supply Chains in Asia - Approach and Objectives

    15 December 2017 - 14 December 2020

    The Responsible Supply Chains in Asia programme aims to further sustainable and inclusive economic, social and environmental progress by integrating responsible business practices into the operations of multinational companies and their supply chains. Active in selected industrial sectors in six Asian countries, it takes a multifaceted approach with the aim of promoting respect for human rights, and labour and environmental standards.

  3. Responsible Supply Chains in Asia

    15 December 2017 - 14 December 2020

    The Responsible Supply Chains in Asia programme aims to further sustainable and inclusive economic, social and environmental progress by integrating responsible business practices into the operations of multinational companies and their supply chains. Active in selected industrial sectors in six Asian countries, it takes a multifaceted approach with the aim of promoting respect for human rights, and labour and environmental standards.

  4. Sustaining GSP-Plus Status by Strengthened National Capacities to Improve ILS Compliance and Reporting-Mongolia Phase 2

    1 April 2018 - 31 July 2020

    The project represents a continued support of the European Union to increase national capacity to apply core labour standards. It contributes to the realization of the fundamental principles and rights at work in Mongolia. The project focuses specifically on the promotion of the Protocol of 2014 to the Forced Labour Convention and advocacy of improved national response to human trafficking for labour exploitation.

  5. Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain

    10 May 2017 - 30 June 2020

    This project will contribute to the implementation of Decent Work in the cotton supply chain by supporting the implementation of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in China. It will also support social dialogue on fundamental principles and rights at work at the national and industry levels (national, industry level, workplace and communities), with the aim of supporting a viable system of industrial relations.

  6. Rights at Work: Promoting Harmonious Labour Relations through Collective Bargaining in China

    29 August 2016 - 29 February 2020

    The project is to strengthen collective bargaining processes and institutional capacity for more inclusive & sound labour relations at various levels.

2019

  1. Reducing AIDS Discrimination at workplace

    1 January 2018 - 31 December 2019

    The project is under the Plan of the Joint UN Team on AIDS in China.

  2. Support GSP+ Beneficiary Countries to Effectively Implement ILS and Comply with Reporting Obligations – Mongolia

    1 August 2016 - 31 January 2019

    The project addresses informality especially through the strengthened capacity of workers’ and employers’ organizations to represent their constituencies in the informal economy.

2018

  1. EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Project

    11 April 2015 - 31 December 2018

    The Project represents a third phase of EU-IOM-ILO partnership on migration management in China. It aims at maximizing the benefits of international migration and focuses on the four pillars of the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility framework that are of common interest to both European and Chinese stakeholders.

  2. SafeYouth@Work Project: Building a Generation of Safe and Healthy Workers - Mongolia

    1 July 2016 - 30 June 2018

    The US Department of Labor-funded SafeYouth@Work project aims to promote the occupational safety and health (OSH) of young workers, with focus on those aged 15 to 24.