OECD’s Multi-dimensional Review of Vietnam launched Society

OECD’s Multi-dimensional Review of Vietnam launched

A report on multi-dimensional review of Vietnam was launched in a Hanoi ceremony co-hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on December 8.
ASEAN promotes women’s empowerment in digital age Videos

ASEAN promotes women’s empowerment in digital age

The ASEAN Leader’s Special Session on Women’s Empowerment in the Digital Age was held on June 26 in the framework of the 36th ASEAN Summit. The event was organised for the first time as an initiative of Vietnam to affirm ASEAN leaders’ commitment to promoting gender equality and enhancing the role of women in building the ASEAN Community.
Thailand to launch COVID-19 contact-tracing app  World

Thailand to launch COVID-19 contact-tracing app

The Thai government will soon launch a COVID-19 contact-tracing app as part of its latest efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and regularly organise virus testing for six risk groups in the context that the country is gradually easing restrictions.
Thailand discusses ways to prevent IPR license agents’ abuse World

Thailand discusses ways to prevent IPR license agents’ abuse

To both facilitate trade and commerce while preventing license agents improperly exploiting legal loopholes to take advantage of merchants, the Department of Intellectual Property has held talks with the Royal Thai Police on the regulation of intellectual property license representatives to prevent abuses of power.
AMM-52: ministers discusses series of regional issues ASEAN

AMM-52: ministers discusses series of regional issues

Delegates to the 52nd ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM-52) in Bangkok on July 31 discussed the building of the ASEAN Community and foreign relations, and reviewed preparations for year-end summits, as well as exchanged ideas on international and regional issues of common concern.
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.
Thailand leans towards more humane refugee policy World

Thailand leans towards more humane refugee policy

Thailand’s immigration chief Surachate Hakparn vowed on January 17 not to force refugees to return home “involuntarily” after a Saudi woman’s plea for resettlement drew global attention to the Southeast Asian country, which does not recognise asylum seekers.