Mongolia resources

June 2021

  1. Organizing for change: Workers in the informal economy (in Mongolian)

    The video was translated from English into Mongolian and produced by the Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions with support of the ILO project on Promoting Formal Employment for Inclusive and Diversified Economic Growth in Mongolia.

  2. Training on Extending Social Protection to Herders Held for Social Insurance Officers

    23 - 25 June 2021

    Training of Trainers was organized for social insurance officers from Uvs, Khovd, and Bayan-Ulgii provinces between 23 and 25 June on the topic of extending social protection to herders. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, the training was held online and a total of 49 officers attended.

  3. Green Entrepreneurship and Decent Jobs for Youth in Mongolia

    25 June 2021

    Under the aegis of the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth, the Government of Mongolia and the International Labour Organization organize this webinar in collaboration with the Young Entrepreneurs Council (YEC) of Mongolia to facilitate knowledge sharing among policymakers, practitioners and experts working towards the promotion of youth employment in Mongolia.

  4. Making Herders Accessible to Skills Learning and Knowledge on Benefits of Social Insurance through Establishing Herder Programme to National Training Institution of Lifelong Education in Mongolia

    11 June 2021

    “Extending Social Protection to Herders with Enhanced Shock Responsiveness” UN Joint Project, led by International Labour Organization in Mongolia is establishing Herder programme at National Lifelong Learning Education institution in Mongolia ensuring nation-wide sustainable sources of skills learning and awareness raising knowledge for herders.

  5. Performance related pay system in health and education sectors of Mongolia

    16 June - 1 December 2021

    Tripartite constituents of Mongolia have been undertaking efforts to strengthen collective bargaining as a central mechanism for regulating labour relations. This exercise is a part of such efforts to improve wage setting by defining performance related pay (PRP) system in health and education sectors, and will be organized in series of workshops.

  6. A Study on Herders’ Behavior towards Social and Health Insurance

    3 June 2021

    “Extending Social Protection to Herders with Enhanced Shock Responsiveness” UN Joint Project, led by International Labor Organization in Mongolia is conducting a Study on Herders’ Behavior towards Social and Health Insurance research through the implementation agreement with Independent Research Institute of Mongolia NGO (IRIM) to better understand herders’ behaviors towards social and health insurance schemes.

  7. Virtual Knowledge Exchange Meeting Held among Mongolian Herder Cooperatives

    31 May 2021

    Within the framework of the “Extending Social Protection to Herders with Enhanced Shock Responsiveness” UN Joint Project led by the International Labor Organization in Mongolia, the National Association of Mongolian Agricultural Cooperatives successfully organized an online meeting to exchange experiences on improving the cooperative's governance and performances.

  8. Is public sector employment a haven in the COVID-19 jobs crisis?

    It looks as if job opportunities in the public sector have provided a respite from the shrinking private sector during the dark days of the COVID-19 crisis, at least for some women.

  9. To eliminate child labour, we fight with its root causes

    10 June 2021

    This is a panel discussion of Mongolian tripartite partners together with UN, ILO and development partners calling for action to eliminate all forms of child labour.

  10. Mainstreaming Shock Responsiveness into the National Social Protection System in Mongolia

    8 April 2021

    On 8 April, the Joint SDG Fund Secretariat convened the fifth informal meet-up for Joint Programmes (JPs) on Shock Responsive Social Protection. Participants included JP teams from Mongolia, Barbados and Indonesia, and officers of relevant organizations working in this area were present: WFP, ILO, FAO and UNICEF. Mongolian JP aims to extend social protection to herders with enhanced shock responsiveness with an emphasis on reducing child and household poverty and promoting well-being.