A conference took place in Ho Chi Minh City on June 22 to share information and consult the press on communications in protection of the children’s rights in the city this year.
Internet access has been beneficial for kids, but at the same time, implies numerous risks.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) launched the “Month of Action for Children” on June 1 in Hanoi, aiming to call for greater efforts to child protection, especially against child abuse.
Vietnam has put forward various measures to bolster the efficiency of child abuse prevention in the time to come, according to a Government report submitted to the National Assembly (NA).
Communication efforts in the fight against child abuse must capitalise on social network platforms and information technology to have a greater effect, National Assembly Vice Chairman Do Ba Ty said on April 27.
VOV.VN - The sixth national children’s forum opened in Hanoi on August 15 with 169 children gathering together to represent the 26 million children nationwide to make their voices heard.
Nearly 70 children in the central province of Quang Binh raised their voice on issues regarding child abuse and drowning at a forum in Dong Hoi city on August 7-8.
Up to 383 National Assembly (NA) deputies (or 79.13 percent) agreed that the NA will supervise the implementation of policies and laws on the prevention and fight against child abuse in 2020.
The National Assembly has chosen the topic for its supreme supervision in 2020 to be the implementation of the laws and policies on the prevention of and fight against the abuse of children through a voting on June 3.
A campaign entitled “Act for Children” was launched in Hanoi on June 1, the International Children’s Day, with the goal of stopping school violence and child abuse through raising awareness of families, schools and the community.
Police in Hanoi have detained a man after his son fled away from an apartment where they were living together.
Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has issued a direction asking for prompt investigations into recent cases of child abuse and murder exposed by local media means.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities are set to apply specific measures, including the installation of surveillance cameras, to end the physical abuse of children at local kindergartens and childcare facilities.
VOV.VN - First runner-up of Miss Vietnam 2016 Thanh Tu has been appointed as a goodwill ambassador of S Project – a significant project in the fight against child abuse.
VOV.VN - Deputy Minister Dao Hong Lam of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs delivered the opening remarks Thursday, August 24, at a forum in Hanoi on child abuse and what can be done to stop it.
Children in the central province of Binh Thuan raised their voice about violence and abuse and were heard by policy-makers at a forum on July 18.
The Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long on June 8 held a children’s forum 2017 to discuss the prevention of violence against children and children abuse.
VOV.VN - June is recognized as National Child Abuse Awareness Month in Vietnam and over the next few weeks the Vietnam government will undertake many initiatives publicising its dangers.
Education authorities in Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien-Hue have ordered local nursery schools and kindergartens to install surveillance cameras in classrooms and toilets to protect kids following recent child abuse scandals that have caused public uproar across the country.
Social networks have become a bigger part of Vietnam’s internet-savvy community, but it's too bad they all too often serve as an arena for public shaming and hate speech, a new study has found.