Publications

The ILO Country Office for Viet Nam publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, and videos relevant to Viet Nam. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Library in Hanoi.

2011

  1. Export and FDI-driven industrialization strategy and employment in Viet Nam

    01 December 2011

    This book provides analyzes of investment, trade, and globalization policies and a review of their impacts on the world of work and labour market in Viet Nam

  2. Informal economy in Viet Nam

    01 December 2011

    This book provides a global picture of informal economy in Vietnam and explores the determinants of transitions between formality and informality

  3. GET ahead for women in enterprise training package and resource kit for participants

    05 July 2011

    The training package Gender and Entrepreneurship Together – GET Ahead for Women in Enterprise – for Participants aims to assist ILO partner organizations in promoting enterprise development among women in poverty who want to start or are already engaged in small-scale business.

  4. Guide to Vietnamese labor law for the garment industry

    30 June 2011

    Better Work Vietnam has produced this Guide with the aim of helping employers, employees, international buyers, and other stakeholders better understand the obligations and rights stipulated under Vietnamese labour law. The guide integrates every major source of Vietnam labour law into one easy-to-use booklet.

  5. Employment-related services for persons with disabilities in Viet Nam

    16 June 2011

    This report provides an overview of organisations of or representing people with disabilities as well as services related to vocational training, employment and entrepreneurship for people with disabilities. Specific focus has been placed on organisations of women with disabilities, and services specifically targeting women with disabilities.

  6. Women's entreprenuership development in Vietnam: learning from good practices

    16 June 2011

    The International Labour Organization has long been involved in fostering enterprise development in Viet Nam as away to promoting Decent Work for all women and men. Much of this work has focused on supporting the establishment and growth of micro and small enterprises for women and men,combining a market-development approach with a strongrights-based perspective. Since 2009, significant work has been undertaken through the active collaboration of the Irish Aid-funded project on Women's Entrepreneurship Development and Gender Equality (WEDGE)with the VCCI, the VCA, the VWU and other partner organizations.

  7. Viet Nam employment trends 2010

    24 January 2011

    Following the first issue of “Viet Nam Employment Trends 2009”, the second issue of a planned series of MOLISA reports describes the labour market situation in Viet Nam.

2010

  1. Effective Implementation of National OSH Programme for Improving Safety and Health at the Workplace in Viet Nam

    12 December 2010

    The ILO works to foster a preventative safety and health culture by strengthening national occupational safety and health (OSH) systems. This includes labour inspections, occupational injury reporting, training, and national OSH campaigns and programmes.

  2. Good practices: apparel

    09 September 2010

    The brochure shows some simple good practices for the apparel industry. They are cost efficient and easy to implement

  3. Labour and social trends in Viet Nam 2009/10

    23 June 2010

    The report was developed by the Institute of Labour Science and Social Affairs with the technical support from the International Labour Organization (ILO). It provides an overview of recent labour market trends in the country.

  4. Leaflet on the Joint Programme on Green Production and Trade to Increase Income and Employment Opportunities for the Rural Poor

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the project funded by the Spanish Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund.

  5. Leaflet on the Support to Industrial Relations and Labour Code Reform in Viet Nam Project

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the project funded by the One UN Fund.

  6. Leaflet on the Joint Programme on Gender Equality

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the Joint Programme on Gender Equality funded by the Spanish Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund.

  7. Leaflet on the Better Work Viet Nam Project

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the project funded by Australia, Canada, Finland, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, the Netherland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the International Finance Corporation (IFC).

  8. Leaflet on the Labout Market Information Project

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the Labour Market Information Project, "Better Information for Creating Jobs and Developing Skills in Viet Nam".

  9. Leaflet on the Effective Implementation of National Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Programme for Improving Safety and Health at the Workplace in Viet Nam

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the project funded by the Government of Japan.

  10. Leaflet on Promoting the Employability and Employment of People with Disabilities through Effective Legislation (PEPDEL) and Promoting Decent Work for People with Disabilities through a Disability Inclusion Support Service (INCLUDE)

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the Irish Aid Partnership Programme-funded projects.

  11. Leaflet on Promoting Women's Entrepreneurship Development and Gender Equality (WEDGE)

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the Irish Aid Partnership Programme-funded project.

  12. Leaflet on the Microfinance Support Programme Viet Nam

    01 June 2010

    Provides a brief summary about the Cordaid-funded project which focuses on improving low income households' access to microfinance services.

  13. Viet Nam employment trends report 2009

    25 January 2010

    The first Viet Nam employment trends report, based on key labour market indicators covering the period of 1997-2007, highlights gains with respect to employment and unemployment indicators in line with recent economic growth rates in Viet Nam.