In common with many countries around the world, Mongolia needs to make difficult decisions regarding its pension scheme. Nuno Meira Simoes da Cunha, the International Labour Organization’s Senior Technical Specialist on Social Protection explains why reforming the current system would be a better approach rather than making radical changes.
13 June 2022
On June 13, ILO and the Ministry for Labour and Social Protection of Mongolia jointly organized a one-day workshop on Labour Disputes and Settlement targeting members of tripartite committees in Mongolia at the “Tuushin” hotel as part of the ILO’s "Trade for Decent Work" project funded by the European Union.
Phase 2 of the annual campaign on youth labour rights in Mongolia conducted by the Decent Work for Youth Network
10 June 2022
On the occasion of the World Day Against Child Labour marked on 12 June, the International Labour Organization (ILO) together with the School of Educational Studies, Mongolian State University of Education held a “Child Labour and Social Protection” competition for university students in Mongolia.
3 June 2022
The United Nations SDG funded Joint Programme on Extending Social Protection to Herders with Enhanced Shock Responsiveness presents the findings of studies on herders' behavior towards social and health Insurance.
21 April 2022
Mongolia has ratified the ILO Conventions 138 and 182 and has adopted and revised the Hazardous child labour list since 2008. Labour Law of Mongolia was revised in 2021 and brought it more compliant with the international labour standards.
Women entrepreneurs can make changes to eliminate violence and harassment in world of work in Mongolia
14 March 2022
“Women Entrepreneurs’ High-level Meeting: Decent Workplace” to raise awareness of women entrepreneurs’ understanding and knowledge about the violence and harassment at work, takes place on March 14, 2022. This event is supported by EU-funded project Trade for Decent Work.
3 March 2022