ILO programme to promote New Industrial Relations Framework in Viet Nam

News and events

  1. Our impact, their voices

    Social dialogue, a key to business survival and resilience in Viet Nam

    13 August 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a severe impact on Viet Nam’s garment, footwear and handbag industry, with almost one-in-four workers losing their jobs. The ILO in Viet Nam has been supporting its partners to foster social dialogue in businesses, to ensure the protection of the most vulnerable workers.

  2. Publication

    IR Bulletin Volume 31 - Quarter IV-2019

    27 April 2020

    This IR Bulletin is developed periodically in order to provide important information for people who are interested in this field to update the IR information in Viet Nam in an objective and efficient manner.

  3. © P.Q. Hung / UN Women Viet Nam 2020

    Our impact, their voices

    Viet Nam’s new Labour Code moves from protecting to empowering women

    07 March 2020

    Vietnamese women have long played an important role in the economy. Now the new Labour Code aims to ensure they receive a fair reward for their contribution, by tackling gender equality and workplace discrimination.

  4. Video

    Viet Nam's trade union: Advancement for workers' rights

    10 February 2020

    Viet Nam’s trade union has been adapting itself to the new socio-economic situation to work more effectively for the legitimate rights and benefits of its members. Union right is the right of every Vietnamese worker.

  5. Labour inspection

    Campaign improves law compliance in Dong Nai’s woodwork industry

    12 January 2020

    The 2019 Labour Inspection Campaign included a mix of inspection, training and communication activities which engaged employers and workers in the industry nationwide to raise their awareness of the importance of labour law compliance.

  6. Project documentation

    IR Bulletin Volume .30 - Quarter III-2019

    19 December 2019

    Industrial relations (IR) in Viet Nam has been growing and getting more and more attention of the community. However, the IR information system in Viet Nam is still limited, sketchy and does not meet actual needs. Those who are interested in IR in general and those who are directly involved in IR tasks in particular do not have the opportunity to access necessary information to have a broader view of this field. Therefore, the New Industrial Relations Framework (NIRF) Project – International Labour Organization (ILO) has collaborated with the Center for Industrial Relations Development (CIRD) – Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) to develop periodical IR Bulletins in order to provide important information for people who are interested in this field to update the IR information in an objective and efficient manner.

  7. Project documentation

    IR Bulletin Volume .29 - Quarter II-2019

    19 December 2019

    Industrial relations (IR) in Viet Nam has been growing and getting more and more attention of the community. However, the IR information system in Viet Nam is still limited, sketchy and does not meet actual needs. Those who are interested in IR in general and those who are directly involved in IR tasks in particular do not have the opportunity to access necessary information to have a broader view of this field. Therefore, the New Industrial Relations Framework (NIRF) Project – International Labour Organization (ILO) has collaborated with the Center for Industrial Relations Development (CIRD) – Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) to develop periodical IR Bulletins in order to provide important information for people who are interested in this field to update the IR information in an objective and efficient manner.