VOV.VN - The Law on Belief and Religion, which has been in effect since January 1, 2018, is seen as a turning point in Vietnam’s religious policy as it demonstrates the reform of state management to consolidate national unity and the trust of religious followers in Party guidelines and State policies.
The Palestinian administration chooses non-violent measures to address Palestine-Israel disputes, Palestinian Ambassador to Vietnam Saadi Salama told reporters in Hanoi on December 19.
VOV.VN - Vietnam over the past years has achieved numerous advances in human rights. The country considers respecting, protecting, and promoting human rights, a universal value, its responsibility.
The Foreign Ministry and the UN Development Programme (UNDP) in Vietnam held a workshop in Can Tho city on December 8 to inform the implementation of the 2nd-cycle Universal Periodic Review (UPR) recommendations accepted by Vietnam.
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) needs to balance both sides’ interests and respects the articles that they have agreed on, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue told Ambassador Bruno Angelet, head of the EU Delegation to Vietnam.
President of Chile Michelle Bachelet will pay a State visit to Vietnam from November 8 to 9 at the invitation of her Vietnamese counterpart Tran Dai Quang, a trip expected to intensify the two countries’ partnership.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs held a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on November 4 to launch a national action month for gender equality and to tackle abuse against women and girls.
Ambassador Pham Thi Kim Anh, deputy permanent representative of the Vietnam mission to the United Nations (UN), has emphasised the need for a long-term, sustainable solution to the refugee problem as it is closely linked to the issues of peace and security and human rights.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh highlighted Vietnam’s active and proactive international integration at the General Debate of the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly in New York on September 22.
National Assembly Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Vietnam Peace Committee (VPC) Uong Chu Luu has affirmed that protecting peace and security is a top goal of Vietnam.
Vietnam has considered human rights as both widely-recognised and traditional values of a peace-loving nation, which is the reason why the country has always pursued a consistent policy of strengthening international cooperation.
Vietnam has approved a project that aims to make human rights an integral subject in education nationwide by 2025.
Observing commitments to promoting human rights is an important part of Vietnam’s efforts and also an important achievement of the country in ensuring human rights.
VOV.VN - President Ho Chi Minh highlighted human rights in his declaration of Vietnam’s independence on September 2, 1945. His ideology of human rights remains valuable today and has been reflected in various versions of Vietnam’s Constitution.
VOV.VN -Human Rights Watch has released incorrect and ill-intended information about freedom of speech and internet in Vietnam. This is a worn-out, biased accusation by the non-governmental organization about Vietnam’s human rights situation.
The Human Rights Watch (HRW) and the Al Jazeera TV channel have provided inaccurate information with a lack of objectivity and goodwill about the human rights situation in Vietnam, especially freedom of speech and freedom of internet.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs on June 29 hosted a workshop in Hanoi on the implementation of recommendations following the second cycle of the UN Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review.
VOV.VN - The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee held a rally today (June 29) to mark the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Cambodia, reported the Vietnam News Agency.
Ambassador Duong Chi Dung, head of Vietnam’s permanent delegation to the United Nations, the World Trade Organisation and other international organizations in Geneva, is attending the UN Human Rights Council’s 35th session that opened on June 6 in Geneva, Switzerland.
VOV.VN - Vietnam joined the UN on September 20, 1977.This was a milestone in the international community’s recognition of Vietnam’s independence, freedom, and unification and paved the way for its global integration.