The Mongolian parliament adopted the Law on Gender Equality on 14 February 2011.
Article 4.1.7 defines sexual harassment as "an unwelcome sexual advance made in verbal, physical and/or other forms, intimidation, threat and/or other forms of coercion that makes sexual intercourse an unavoidable option for the victim or that creates an unbearable hostile environment and/or causes damage in terms of the person's employment, professional, economic, psychological and/or any other form of well-being."
To read the law, please see the website of the National Committee on Gender Equality.
Source of Information
CCPR/C/MNG/CO/5, p. 2; Website of the National Committee on Gender Equality