Startup skills help empower ethnic women: forum Society

Startup skills help empower ethnic women: forum

Providing ethnic women with startup skills is a positive way to expand women’s empowerment and embed gender equality, heard a forum held by the Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment (iSEE) and Canadian non-profit organisation Artistri Sud in Hanoi on October 21.
Victim blaming makes victims weaker Society

Victim blaming makes victims weaker

Victims of sexual abuse and other forms of gender-based violence not only suffer from physical and mental pain but also from the culture of victim blaming.
Women should thrive at work Society

Women should thrive at work

Women should be free to choose the job they want to do without being hindered by discriminations on the grounds of their gender or physical capabilities.
Vietnam and LGBT rights: Making strides Society

Vietnam and LGBT rights: Making strides

Vietnam has seen a radical change in lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) rights over the last decade as the State has made significant steps to protect rights and equality.
Rainbow flag movements make inroads in Vietnam Society

Rainbow flag movements make inroads in Vietnam

The rainbow colours, a widely-recognized symbol of LGBT people, have become popular among Vietnamese and it is not uncommon to see rainbow flags pinned to shirts and on car bumpers in the country.
Open your heart to people with autism Society

Open your heart to people with autism

No official survey has been conducted to count the number of autistic children in Vietnam yet, but estimates show that some 200,000 children in the country are living with autism.
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Workshop looks to preserve Mong ethnic script

The Institute for Studies of Science, Economics and Environment (ISEE) held a workshop in the northern province of Lao Cai on December 13 to promote the written language of Mong ethnic people in Vietnam.