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Men and gender equality by ORSE.

Thanh-Dam Truong, Des Gasper, and Jeff Handmaker

This book examines the links between gender and mi-gration and their implications for social justice think-ing, both at the experiential and normative levels. It offers insights also into the uses of human security thinking as a framework for attention to social justice concerns, including in trans-border contexts, and to their intersectional complexity. The volume presents a diverse but selective set of empirical, theoretical, and methodological issues on gender in migration from migrant-centred and Southern perspectives. Its aim is to stimulate debate and discussion among migration scholars and professionals engaged in migration-re-lated policy and to enable insights and enrich prac-tices on gender and social justice.

This paper focuses on a collection of testimonies from some generations of former students who attended two female high schools, Ao Tim in Saigon and Dong Khanh in Hue during the period between 1920 and 1945.

The Center for Development Studies and the Faculty of Sociology, Social Work and Southeast Asian Studies of the Open University in Ho Chi Minh City organized a workshop on October 9, 2014. It was a scholarly discussion with the theme "The phenomenon of migration and migrants from a sociological perspective" presented by the two speakers: Mr. Pham Nhu Ho, MA and Ms. Nguyen Bao Thanh Nghi, PhD.

This paper focuses on a collection of testimonies from some generations of former students who attended two female high schools, Ao Tim in Saigon and Dong Khanh in Hue during the period between 1920 and 1945. 

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. 

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