NO 26
December 2016

NEWS

Seminar: Feminist Bravery of Viet Nam

A seminar about two celebrity feminists, Dam Phuong and Phan Thi Bach Van, was held at the Gender and Society Research Center - Hoa Sen University on November 30, 2016 as part of a series of activities celebrating 25 years of Hoa Sen University’s establishment. Researcher Tran Viet Ngac presented a paper entitled "From Cong Nu Dong Canh the Princess to Dam Phuong the Writer: Embarking on the Path of Journalism to Struggle for Women's Rights in the Early 20th Century" and Associate Professor – Dr. Vo Van Nhon presented a paper on "Phan Thi Bach Van’s Cultural Activities and Fighting for Women’s Rights ".

Gender and the Changing Face of Higher Education in the Asian Pacific

A three-day seminar sponsored by the Asian University Leaders Program (AULP) was held from October 27 to 29, 2016 at the Education University of Hong Kong and Lingnan University in Hong Kong. The theme of the seminar was “Gender and the Changing Face of Higher Education in the Asian Pacific”. It was financed by the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia. 

Gender in Science & Technology and Globalization

On September 30, 2016 a seminar on "Gender in Science & Technology and Globalization" was organized in Ho Chi Minh City by the Intellectual Women’s Association of Ho Chi Minh City (IWAH). This seminar is part of a series of seminars developed by the Ho Chi Minh City Gender Equality Program for the period 2016 - 2018.

Gender Equality in the Geology Department

To celebrate the 71th anniversary of establishment of the Geology in Viet Nam, the Trade Union of the General Department of Geology and Minerals of Viet Nam organized a contest "Charming Geology Staff of 2016" on September 30, 2016. The contest took place at the General Department of Geology and Minerals of Viet Nam in Ha Noi with the participation of 16 units under the General Department of Geology

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