A round table discussion on “Vietnam: Where are Female Drivers and Male Nannies?” was organized on 12 May, 2014 at the Vatel Saigon Restaurant Bistronomique Lounge, in Ho Chi Minh City, within the framework of “European Days in Vietnam 2014”.
On 21 May 2014, the Gender and Society (GAS) Research Center – Hoa Sen University organized a workshop entitled "How gender equality is envisioned in the fourth most gender equal country in the world" with Ms. Märian Linnéa Nordqvist as guest speaker.
Professor Pham Van Thuyet, who had participated with World Bank to work with the reform programs in Vietnam and in other countries in transition, gave the audience an outsider’s viewpoint on the current obstacles, the things that need to be done, and discussed the main avenues of development for the future.
Was Irène Joliot-Curie an engaged feminist? The question addressed by this article is twofold. As a chemist, physicist and laboratory researcher, she worked in a masculine profession and called herself a feminist.
The mission of school social work is to achieve quality education for all. Both girls and boys have their troubles in school, and school social workers must focus on the obstacles faced by all children and youth.
The opinions expressed in the report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations in Vietnam, the International Organization for Migration and any Vietnamese Government Agency
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