12 June 2010
On 12 June 2010 in Hanoi, a diverse group of leaders of Ministries, former child labourers, national football stars, and development workers joined forces in an important event to give a red card to child labour from Viet Nam.
17 May 2010
Designed to create lasting results in Quang Nam, this project focuses on creating an improved business environment, skills development and enhanced competitiveness of selected value chains to stimulate employment opportunities.
25 April 2010
Garment workers run to mark the World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2010.
1 - 2 April 2010
During 1-2 April, a national conference on the ‘Future of Industrial Relations and the Revision of the Labour Code and the Trade Union Law’ convened to discuss the current state of industrial relations in Viet Nam, and review proposed changes in Viet Nam’s Labour Code and Trade Union Law.
Launch of Project of Support to the Design and Implementation of National Programmes on the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Viet Nam
29 March 2010
Aims to contribute to the prevention and progressive elimination of child labour in Viet Nam. The project is to have national reach, and its pilot direct action programmes are expected to reach about 5,000 children and young people involved in the worst forms of child labour in five selected provinces and cities.
6 March 2010
Ms Rie Vejs-Kjeldgaard, Country Director of the International Labour Organization Viet Nam, was awarded the Medal for Enterprise Development to acknowledge her personal commitment and ILO’s contributions to development through business in Viet Nam.
26 January 2010
First of a series of reports by the recently established Labour Market Information Centre, Bureau of Employment, MoLISA.
25 - 26 January 2010
To finalize the Draft Bill on employment and vocational training for people with disabilities and recommend regulations for the Government Decrees.
National Workshop on Presentation of Findings from Three Studies Relating to Child Labour in Viet Nam
3 November 2009
The National Workshop will discuss the findings and recommendations of these studies, the feedbacks of which will be incorporated into the final publication.
9 - 11 December 1997
The International Labour Organization (ILO) adopted a series of wide-ranging Conclusions in which governments, and representatives of workers' and employers' organizations urged the ILO to "vigorously pursue" its opportunities to make an "essential contribution" to the economic and social development of Asia.