• Women - Influential Agents of Change, Bridging Gender Equality Gaps in Counter Trafficking in Persons Responses

    That was the theme of a webinar organized by ASEAN ACT with the participation of 400 delegates from 7 ASEAN countries on the afternoon of March 31st, 2021. Viet Nam joined the webinar at 3 venues (the VWU’s headquarter, Can Tho City and the People's Police Academy)
  • Efforts stepped up to protect women and children from violence

    The Vietnamese Government, the Government of Australia, and several United Nations agencies (UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women) are committed to working together and calling for more joint efforts to end violence against women and children.
  • Promoting multidimensional impacts to support children’s comprehensive development

    In January, 2021, the Project Management Board held a workshop to review the project implementation in 2020 and work out the project plan for 2021 with the participation of leader representatives of Plan Vietnam, People's Committee, education sector, and Women's Union in the two project provinces. VWU Vice President Tran Thi Huong attended the Workshop.
  • One-stop service office for returning migrant women opens in Hai Phong

    The Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) together with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) put into operation a one-stop service office for returning migrant women and their families (OSSO) in the northern port city of Hai Phong on April 13.
  • Sustainable employment and social security for female workers

    Sustainable employment and social security for female workers were the main topics of discussion at the meeting on March 25th between Ms. Ha Thi Nga - member of Vietnam Communist Party Central Committee, President of the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) - and Mr. Chang-Hee Lee, Country Director of International Labor Organization (ILO) in Vietnam.
  • Promoting Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals from Gender Perspective

    In commemoration of the International Women’s Day and in contribution to Vietnam’s national five‐year review of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) implementation, the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU), in collaboration with the United Nations in Vietnam (UN Vietnam) held a forum on SDGs in Ha Noi on the morning of March 10th, 2021.
  • UN Women helps upgrade facilities and services in support of women and children amid COVID-19

    NDO – Essential equipment and facilities worth around VND1.5 billion have been handed over to upgrade the hotlines and facilities of related social services and three Peace House shelters in Hanoi and Can Tho, aiming at supporting women and children suffering from gender-based violence amid COVID-19.
  • Five one-stop service offices providing free-of-charge assistance to migrant women

    One-stop Service Offices for returning migrant women and their families (OSSO Offices) have been established within the framework of the Project "Strengthening the capacity of Vietnam to support sustainable reintegration for returning migrant women and their families".
  • Congratulations on 13th National Party Congress from Federation of Cuban Women

    From 26 Jan to 2 Feb 2021, in Hanoi, the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Viet Nam is solemnly convened. This is a political event of utmost importance of the Party, State and the people of Viet Nam. On this occasion, the Vietnam Women's Union has received a lot of congratulations from its international partners and friends. The VWU's Portal would like to introduce the full text of congratulatory letter from Federation of Cuban Women.
  • Congratulations on 13th National Party Congress from Lao Women's Union

    From 26 Jan to 2 Feb 2021, in Hanoi, the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Viet Nam is solemnly convened. This is a political event of utmost importance of the Party, State and the people of Viet Nam. On this occasion, the Vietnam Women's Union has received a lot of congratulations from its international partners and friends. The VWU's Portal would like to introduce the full text of congratulatory letter from Lao Women's Union