On October 2, 2013 archaeologist Dr. Nguyen Thi Hau gave a presentation to approximately 100 students, staff, faculty and friends of Hoa Sen University on the topic "The history and culture of Southern Vietnam".
This paper is part of an overview of gender research framework performed during the 2000-2010 phase carried out by the Southern Institute for Sustainable Development (SISD) and sponsored by Rosa Luxemburg from the Federal Republic of Germany.
The Justice Index introduces a new approach to the assessment of the ongoing legal & judicial reform process. Based on prior surveys of access to justice as well as the development of local governance performance indexes in Viet Nam, the ﬁrst empirical justice index on such a large scale was built in 2012 in order to create a quantitative tool that captures people’s opinion and assessment of state institutions’ performance, speciﬁcally in ensuring justice and fundamental rights. Simultaneously, this index gives stakeholders a chance to assess and monitor positive changes in law enforcement and rights’ protection in Viet Nam
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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
Migration is increasingly being acknowledged as an issue that needs a global approach and coordinated responses...