26 October 2012
Labour ministers from Asian and European countries agreed on the need for policies to foster employment and create decent jobs amid the global credit crunch, stated the Hanoi Declaration on Employment and Social Protection – a Key to Sustainable and Inclusive Growth.
25 October 2012
02 August 2012
22 June 2012
11 June 2012
The ILO co-organised a workshop on Social Cohesion together with the Institute of Labour, Science and Social Affairs (ILSSA), the OECD, and the Hans Siedel Foundation in 30 May 2012. The event was chaired by Viceminister of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Mr. Nguyen Trong Dam
Launching Ceremony of the project on “Occupational Safety and Health in hazardous industries in Viet Nam” and National Workshop on “Strengthening OSH in hazardous industries in Viet Nam”
29 May 2012
The ILO Country Office for Viet Nam and Ministry of Labour – Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) are launching the project on “Occupational Safety and Health in hazardous work in Vietnam – RAS/12/50M/JPN” and organizing a National Workshop on “Strengthening OSH in hazardous industries in Vietnam” on 12 June, 2012 in Hanoi under the approval of the Vietnamese Government dated 17 Feb 2012 and MOLISA’s Decision No. 601/QD/-LDTBXH dated 17th May 2012.
25 May 2012
The Government of Viet Nam, the workers’ and employers’ organizations and the ILO signed the new Decent Work Country Program 2012-2016 on 24 May 2012.
27 April 2012
To respond to the World day for Safety and Health at Work, ILO Country office for Viet Nam collaborated with MOLISA organize a Meeting and other information activities on 26 April 2012. The Day this year focuses on the topic “Promoting Occupational Safety and Health in a Green Economy.
09 April 2012
Time Bound Project has an initiative to organize a national photo competition and exhibition to observe the World Day against Child Labour 2012 in collaboration with the Bureau of Child Protection and Care under MOLISA, and financial contribution from other international organizations such as World Vision, Save the Children... The first activity has been organized on Friday, 6th April 2012 - the Press Announcement which has attracted around 80 journalists and representatives from different agencies/organizations to attend and post news on their newspapers/website.
02 April 2012
09 December 2011
Rie Vejs-Kjeldgaard, former director of International Labour Organization (ILO) Country Office for Viet Nam, was awarded a Friendship Medal by Mme Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan, Vice Chairperson of Viet Nam’s National Assembly on 9 December 2011 in Hanoi.
26 July 2011
Ms Rie Vejs-Kjeldgaard, Director of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Country for Viet Nam, was awarded a medal to acknowledge her strong commitment and ILO’s contributions to labour, invalids and social affairs in Viet Nam. The medal was presented by Vice Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Nguyen Thanh Hoa on 26 July 2011 in Hanoi.
24 January 2011
A new report of the labour market was launched providing careful analysis of the latest information and assessing the impact of the economic challenges that Vietnam has faced in recent years.
14 January 2011
Viet Nam Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) honoured the ILO officials - Mr. Tsuyoshi Kawakami, Senior Specialist in Occupational Safety and Health from the Decent Work Team for Asia and the Pacific and Mr. Nguyen Hoang Ha, Senior Programme Officer from ILO Country Office for Viet Nam.
14 January 2011
The International Labour Organization (ILO) under One UN Viet Nam was chosen by the Provincial Peoples Committee to receive two awards for contribution to the socio-economic development of the Quang Nam province in 2010.
14 October 2010
The Executive Director of UN Women and Chair of the Social Protection Floor Advisory Group, former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, has called for a global social protection floor, as “the first line of defense” for families and economies against the impact of economic crises and an effective means of achieving the Millennium Development Goals.