(VOV) - A workshop was held in Hanoi on May 7 to promote the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) in Southeast Asia.
(VOV) - Vietnam Family Year 2013 was jointly launched in Hanoi on March 16 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Vietnam Women’s Union.
An exhibition that examines domestic violence opened recently in Hanoi, with art on show reflecting the struggles of abused women from all over the country.
(VOV) - More than 1,500 delegates are expected to attend the upcoming ceremony launching the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism (MoCST)’s and Vietnam Women’s Union’s 2013 Vietnam Family Year on March 16.
(VOV) - Vietnam has demonstrated its ongoing strong political commitment to the elimination and prevention of all forms of violence against women.
(VOV) - The Prime Minister has agreed with the Vietnam Women’s Union’s proposal to observe 2013 as Vietnam Family Year.
(VOV) - Participants at a gender discrimination conference in Hanoi have acknowledged Vietnam’s initiatives encouraging male participation in efforts to prevent domestic violence.
(VOV) - The disparity in Vietnam’s gender ratio at birth has not narrowed since 2009 and officially reached 112 boys to every 100 girls in 2012.
(VOV) - A week-long exhibition on domestic violence, the first of its kind in Vietnam, opened at No.29 Trang Tien Street in Hanoi on November 23.
The role of men in domestic violence prevention was discussed at a workshop in Hanoi on November 19 with the participation of women and farmers’ union members from six northern provinces.
UN Population Fund’s Chief Representative in Hanoi Bruce Campbell and Vice Chief Representative Mandeep K. O’Brien were presented with insignias “For the Cause of Culture, Sport and Tourism” at a ceremony in Hanoi on November 9.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has pledged continued support to the Ministry of Health (MoH) to implement the national strategy on population and reproductive health care for the 2011-2020 period.
A national conference on domestic violence prevention and control will take place in Hanoi from September 27-29 to discuss solutions for bringing the Law on Domestic Violence Prevention and Control to life.
Vietnam aims to reduce its birth rate from 2.0 percent in 2010 to 1.9 percent by 2015, according to the national target program on population and family planning.
A delegation of left-wing American friends is on a visit to Vietnam to study the land and people, the bilateral relationship, as well as the enduring consequences left by the war.