ILO Country Office for Viet Nam (CO-Hanoi)

  • Media award

    Viet Nam's Media Award on Labour and Employment has new winners

    Winners included journalists of Can Tho, Sai Gon Giai Phong, Tuoi Tre and Dan Tri newspapers. The second national labour media award with total prizes worth US$5,000 was co-organized by the Academy of Journalism and Communication, the Central Committee for Propaganda and Education and the 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. In partnership with our constituents, the ILO provides technical assistance on a range of key labour market development issues. We focus on creating more and better jobs through enterprise development, ensuring basic social services for all, and building triparatism by promoting industrial relations and social dialogue.

What's new

  1. Co-operation

    ILO and Ton Duc Thang University sign collaboration acknowledgement

    24 April 2015

    Both sides agreed on an outline for future collaboration and joint activities in areas of mutual interest.

  2. Co-operation

    ILO and Ton Duc Thang University sign collaboration acknowledgement

    24 April 2015

    Both sides agreed on an outline for future collaboration and joint activities in areas of mutual interest.

  3. Media Award

    Winners announced for Viet Nam's 2nd Media Award on Labour and Employment

    16 April 2015

    Winners included journalists of Can Tho, Sai Gon Giai Phong, Tuoi Tre and Dan Tri newspapers. The second national labour media award with total prizes worth VND100 million was co-organized by the Academy of Journalism and Communication, the Central Committee for Propaganda and Education and the International Labour Organization.

  4. Viet Nam newsletter

    ILO Viet Nam newsletter, March 2015

    20 March 2015

    This edition highlights gender discrimination in recruitment practices in the private sector, freedom of association and its potential benefits to Viet Nam, and the MoU between Viet Nam and Malaysia's trade unions to protect migrant workers.