ILO Country Office for Viet Nam (CO-Hanoi)

  • Press Release

    Most Vietnamese wage earners are young, dynamic and mobile

    Young and dynamic women and men make up the biggest group among Viet Nam’s wage workers, who are willing to migrate within the country to find work, shows a new policy brief issued by the International Labour Organization (ILO).

Welcome to the ILO Country Office for Viet Nam!
The ILO and its tripartite constituents – the Government together with representatives of employers and workers organizations – play its role within the UN and multilateral system supporting Viet Nam’s socio-economic development. The main aims of the ILO are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues.

What's new

  1. Press Release

    Most Vietnamese wage earners are young, dynamic and mobile

    21 July 2015

    Young and dynamic women and men make up the biggest group among Viet Nam’s wage workers, who are willing to migrate within the country to find work, shows a new policy brief issued by the International Labour Organization (ILO).

  2. Policy Brief

    Who are Viet Nam’s 18 million wage workers?

    21 July 2015

    The new policy brief issued by the ILO in Viet Nam reveals a comprehensive portrait of wage earners in Viet Nam. These important characteristics are expected to be translated into evidence-based policies that best fit the workforce, meet today’s and future demands of businesses and support structural change and inclusive growth of the country.

  3. Fighting child labour

    Out of child labour and into education in Viet Nam

    10 July 2015

    Child labour has long-term consequences well after childhood. But in the mountains of northern Viet Nam, there is new hope for children who were once trapped in the cycle of child labour. (Closed Captions available)

  4. Labour migration

    Regular and irregular migrant workers in North Central Viet Nam: Findings from household surveys

    02 July 2015

    New policy brief from the ILO Country Office for Viet Nam shows the profile of regular and irregular migrant workers in the northern centre part of the country. It represents the findings from household surveys carried out with more than 23,000 migrant workers in Thanh Hoa and Ha Tinh provinces in 2013.