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!

2018

  1. Sustaining GSP-Plus Status by Strengthened National Capacities to Improve ILS Compliance and Reporting - Mongolia (GSP+ Reporting)

    1 October 2015 - 31 March 2018

    The project is part of a four-country project funded by the European Commission to strengthen respect for fundamental principles and rights at work and other international human rights instruments.

2017

  1. MNG 102: Quality Employment Promotion Is Mainstreamed in National Policies and Programmes – Mongolia

    1 July 2016 - 31 December 2017

    The project aims to improve national statistical and analytical capacities in decent work including SDG’s decent work indicators, and participation of workers’ and employers’ organizations in national policy debates and discussions on decent work.

  2. Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE) Project Phase II

    1 October 2013 - 31 October 2017

    Sustaining Competitive and Responsible enterprises (SCORE) is a practical training and in-factory counselling programme that improves productivity and working conditions in small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

  3. Support to the Rights and Entitlements of Persons with Disabilities (China)

    30 June 2017

    This UN joint programme intends to develop the capacity of Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs) and government to advance the rights of persons with disabilities.

2016

  1. Promoting and Building Social Protection and Employment Services for Vulnerable Groups (MAPS)

    1 January 2014 - 31 December 2016

    Learning from the ASEAN unemployment protection project, this phase II project seeks to build and improve the existing systems of social protection, income security, and employment services for unemployed and underemployed workers in ASEAN countries and Mongolia.

  2. Promoting Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the World of Work

    1 January 2014 - 29 February 2016

    The primary goal of the ILO is to promote opportunities for women and men to obtain decent work in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity. Gender equality is a key element in reaching this goal and is a cross-cutting policy driver for all ILO policy outcomes. ILO advances gender equality and women’s empowerment in the world of work in cooperation with various consitituents and other UN agencies.

2015

  1. Promoting Rights and Opportunities for People with Disabilities in Employment through Legislation (PROPEL-China)

    1 January 2014 - 31 December 2015

    PROPEL-China PhaseII will continue to support capacity building, and policy development in promoting training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities, and persons with intellectual disabilities in particular as well as providing support to the fostering of non-discrimination against people with disabilities in employment and occupation in general. The programme will also contribute to strengthened media capacity to report on the rights of persons with disabilities, including those with intellectual disabilities and portray their working capacities.

  2. Promoting the Right to Freedom of Association and the Right to Collective Bargaining (Phase II) in China - Project

    1 July 2014 - 31 December 2015

    The project Promoting the Right to Freedom of Association and the Right to Collective Bargaining – Phase II works with the tripartite constituents in twelve target countries (Bolivia, Brazil, China, Jordan, Kenya, Malawi, Niger, the Philippines, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Togo & Zambia) and at the global level to advance the realization of the ILO’s fundamental principles and rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining.

2014

  1. Forced Labour Action in the Asian Region Project (FLARE) - Phase 1

    2 January 2012 - 31 December 2014

    The project strengthens action against forced labour in the East and South-East Asia, building on the emerging political consensus that forced labour should not be tolerated either in the private economy and global supply chains, or in its more traditional state-imposed forms.

  2. The Green Jobs Initiative

    6 May 2009 - 30 November 2014

    The Green Jobs Initiative promotes opportunity, equity and a just transition towards green economy and solutions to defining challenges such as sustainable development and climate change. It encourages governments, employers and workers to collaborate on coherent policies and programmes to realize a sustainable and just transition with green jobs and decent work for all.