ILO in Viet Nam

Viet Nam rejoined the ILO in 1992 and the ILO Country Office was opened in Hanoi in 2003. The main aims of the ILO in Viet Nam are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues. More about the ILO in Viet Nam...
  • Better Work

    High-level Swiss delegation visits garment factory in Dong Nai

    Since 2010, the Saitex factory has been part of Better Work Viet Nam, a flagship programme of the ILO and the International Finance Corporation to improve working conditions and boost competitiveness of the garment industry. The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) of Switzerland is one of its main donors.

  • 6th Regulating for Decent Work conference

    Vietnamese researcher wins Decent Work prize

    The 2019 Regulating for Decent Work prize has been won by a Vietnamese researcher for a study of the conditions of female migrant workers in Myanmar’s garment factories. The prize was presented during the 6th Regulating for Decent Work conference, hosted by the ILO.

  • International Day of Cooperatives

    Message from ILO's Director-General Guy Ryder for International Cooperative Day 2019

    The 2019 International Day of Cooperatives will be celebrated on Saturday 6 July. This year, in commemoration of the ILO’s centenary, the theme is "cooperatives for decent work" which is closely linked to SDG8. On this occasion ILO Director-General Guy Ryder has issued a video message.

What's new

  1. Better Work

    High-level Swiss delegation visits garment factory in Dong Nai

    12 July 2019

  2. 6th Regulating for Decent Work conference

    Vietnamese researcher wins Decent Work prize

    11 July 2019

  3. Video

    Cooperatives for decent work

    06 July 2019

Multimedia

  1. Pictures

    Photos of working lives in Viet Nam

  2. Videos

    Cooperatives for decent work