International Labor Organization (ILO) was founded in 1919 and become the first specialized agency of United Nations also, next year is expected to be the celebration of 100th anniversary of the organization. This year, Mongolia is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the membership of the International Labor Organization.
ILO has been holding "International Conference of Labor Statisticians" in every five years since 1923, and the main focus of the conference is to discuss and consult on the issues of International Labor Standards and to implement the globally accepted Labor Statistics Standards by Board of ILO.
The 20th session of the conference was taken place at ILO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland during 10th-19th of October, 2018.
During the meeting, discussions were made on following topics: Revision of the International Classification of Status in Employment (ICSE-93), Update on the implementation of the 19th ICLS Resolution concerning statistics of work, employment and labour underutilization, Statistical standards to measure labour migration and forced labour, Indicators relevant for the world of work within the Global Indicator Framework to monitor the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030.
In this conference, A.Amarbal, Director of Population and Social Statistics Department of National Statistics Office of Mongolia, B.Alimaa, Head of Labor Relations Policy Implementation Coordination Department and S.Urjinbadam, senior specialist of Employment Policy Strategy and Law of Policy Planning Department of Ministry of Labour and Social Protection were attended as representatives from Mongolia were attended as representatives of Mongolia.