• Domestic violence and sexual abuse against children: Identification for prevention

    On the morning of January 3, 2020, at the National Assembly's Office, Vietnam Women's Union in coordination with Vietnam National Assembly’s Delegation in charge of supervising "the implementation of policies and laws on the prevention and control of child abuse" and the Vietnam Association for Protection of Child’s Rights organizes a Workshop on "Prevention of violence and sexual abuse against child in the family".
  • Collection of 1 million signatures to nominate Áo dài to be recognized as National Heritage launched

    At the Spring Celebration “Áo dài and Flowers” held at the Vietnam Women’s Museum on the evening of January 17th, 2020, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Thu Ha, Member of the Party Central Committee, President of the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) launched the collection of 1 million signatures to nominate Áo dài to be recognized as a National Heritage by signing a pair of special Áo dài.
  • Space for women with disabilities to join creative startup

    Recently the Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) launched the 2020 Contest "Creative Women Entrepreneurs - Successful Connection" to support and help realize startup ideas and projects with priority given to poor women, women with disabilities, women from ethnic minority and disadvantaged areas.
  • Strengthening Vietnam Women's Union’s capacity for sustainable reintegration of returnee women migrants

    On August 23, 2019, in Hanoi, the Vietnam Women's Union (VWU), the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) signed the Record of Discussions (ROD) of the project “Strengthening Vietnamese Capacity for Sustainable Reintegration of Returning Women Migrants and Their Households in Vulnerable Conditions in Vietnam” (hereinafter referred to as “the Project”).
  • Ethnic women find success growing organic vegetables

    TRÀ VINH — Quách Thi Út, head of a co-operative specialising in safe vegetables in Trà Vinh Province’s Trà Cú District, is known for finding innovative methods of cultivation that have boosted her family’s income and helped local farmers escape from poverty.

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