Mongolia resources

July 2010

  1. Workshop on Building the Capacity of MONEF - the Mongolian Employers Federation - in Preparation for Revisions to Mongolia's Labour Law

    5 - 6 July 2010

    The workshop explained the role of employers' organisations during the law revision process within the context of international labour standards.

June 2010

  1. National labour, social security and related human rights legislation: Mongolia

  2. Mongolia

May 2010

  1. Promoting Livelihoods for Persons with Disabilities: Enhanced Skills for Employability and Policy Application

    1 May 2010 - 30 April 2011

    The main purpose of the project is to increase income levels of people with disabilities through enhancing skills and employability as well as improving the impact of the new legal framework for promotion of employment of people with disabilities.

June 2009

  1. Understanding children's work and youth employment outcomes in Mongolia: Executive summary

    The report was developed under the aegis of the Understanding Children's Work (UCW) Program, a research co-operation initiative of the International Labour Organization, UNICEF and World Bank.

  2. Understanding children's work and youth employment outcomes in Mongolia

    The report was developed under the aegis of the Understanding Children's Work (UCW) Program, a research co-operation initiative of the International Labour Organization, UNICEF and World Bank.

  3. Financial crisis threatens progress on child labour in Mongolia

    A new report from the International Labour Office warns that the global financial and economic crisis could push an increasing number of children, particularly girls, into child labour. Eliminating child labour in developing countries like Mongolia will depend on keeping access to education open to children, especially girls who are vulnerable in times of economic downturn.

August 2008

  1. Advocacy Guide to Eliminate Child Labour

    With support of the ILO/IPEC Mongolia (2005-2010), "Advocacy Guide to Eliminate Child Labour" was developed to strengthen develop national capacity to organize advocacy work to eliminate the worst forms of child labour. This guide was to contribute to implementation of Advocacy Strategy to Eliminate the Worst Forms of Child Labour (2007) and is still valid today as a key guide to organize advocacy campaign at local level. The guide is available only in Mongolian.

  2. Report of National Child Labour Survey 2006-2007

    The survey was conducted by the National Statistical Office at the request from the International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour of the International Labour Organization (ILO-IPEC) and with its financial and technical assistance.

June 2008

  1. Opening speech on the World Day Against Child Labour 2008 in Mongolia

    By Ms Kathleen Speake, Chief Technical Advisor, ILO CP-TING Project