On the evening of November 25, 2022, the Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) held a communication event "Aspirations for advancement of ethnic minority women and children" and opened the Exhibition “Aspirations for Advancement” at the Vietnam Women's Museum (No. 36 Ly Thuong Kiet, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi).
An event named “Aspirations for Peace” was held in Hanoi on January 9 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Paris Agreement on ending the war and restoring peace in Vietnam (Paris Peace Accords) (January 27, 1973).
The VWU Central Executive Committee held a year-end Conference from December 13 -14, 2022 in Hanoi with the participation of 136 out of its total 158 members. The participants discussed and decided on many important issues related to the tasks of the VWU and the women's movement in 2023.
Responding to “Action month for gender equality and gender-based vilence prevention 2022" from November 15 – December 15, the VWU at all levels organized various activities on gender-based violence prevention, protect women’s right protection, safety ensurance for women and children. Below are some photos of the activities.
Vietnam is seen as a country achieving many positive results in narrowing the gender gap, especially in the fields of labour, employment, healthcare, and education, which have been recognised by the international community. The country is rated among the top 10 performers worldwide in implementing the United Nations Development Goal on achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls.
As part of the series of activities of the Hanoi Tourism Ao Dai Festival 2022, the Hanoi Women's Union in collaboration with the Hanoi Department of Tourism organised an Ao Dai (traditional Vietnamese long dress) mass performance themed "The capital's women integrate and develop" in Hanoi on December 4.
The Hanoi Women’s Union on November 27 launched an action month for gender equality and gender-based violence prevention, under the theme “Ensuring social security, increasing empowerment and creating opportunities for women and girls to realise gender equality and eliminate gender-based violence”.
From October 20 to October 22, 2022, within the framework of Project 8 "Implementing gender equality and solving urgent issues for women and children", the Center for Women and Development (CWD) chaired and coordinated with Thai Nguyen Women's Union to organize the Fair "Connecting product consumption for women in ethnic minority and mountainous areas" and the Workshop on Connecting Livelihood Support Networks for Disadvantaged Women, and Women at high risk of being trafficked and returned.
On November 2, 2022, TYM officially launched TYM Mobile application for individual customers. This is the first mobile application that TYM has developed and is considered a breakthrough step to help TYM advance and promote customers’ experiences.