11 May 2016
Some local affiliated unions of the Viet Nam General Confederation of Labour have already made innovative attempts to organize workers and bargain collectively with employers in a new ‘bottom-up’ and worker centred manner.
09 May 2016
Ms Tomoko Nishimoto, ILO Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific, shared some thoughts about her visit to Viet Nam on 20-24 April.
27 April 2016
As the world marks World Day for Safety and Health at Work, Valentina Forastieri Senior Specialist, Occupational Health, Health Promotion and Well-being for the ILO, outlines the findings of the latest research on the impact of stress in the workplace.
22 April 2016
Other media organizations honoured at the award include the Tuoi tre newspaper, Viet Nam News Agency, Dan Tri online newspaper, Ha Tinh newspaper, Lam Dong television and radio station and Cong an Nhan dan television channel.
19 April 2016
The Government, trade unions and employers’ organizations issued a joint statement to affirm their commitment with ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.
15 April 2016
Those aged 15-24 are more likely to become victims of occupational accidents and diseases due to their inadequate experience and awareness on safety and health at workplace.
29 March 2016
The Government is taking a new approach in protecting the labour-related rights of vulnerable workers in the entertainment industry.
14 March 2016
New ILO study highlights huge decent work deficits for domestic workers throughout the world.
08 March 2016
New ILO report highlights the enormous challenges women continue to face in finding and keeping decent jobs around the world.
20 November 2015
The ILO Country Office for Viet Nam welcomes the strong commitment expressed by the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam to respect, promote and realize the ILO’s fundamental principles and rights at work.
16 October 2015
On 16 October 2015, Ministry of Labour, Invalid and Social Affairs (MOLISA) Inspectorate together with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) conducted the Final Review Workshop on Labour Inspection Campaign in the Garment Sector.
11 October 2015
The project will contribute towards encouraging MNEs to contribute positively to economic and social development through socially responsible labour practices in Viet Nam, with a special focus on the electronics sector.
25 June 2015
Viet Nam’s new Law on Occupational Safety and Health has been given a green light, marking a significant milestone by extending the protection and preventive efforts to the informal economy
01 June 2015
The 2015 Labour Inspection Campaign in the garment sector is taking place with an aim to improve law compliance and working conditions in this important industry.
Code of Conduct gives Viet Nam hope to address workplace sexual harassment, protecting workers and benefiting business
25 May 2015
A new Code of Conduct developed with ILO support is expected to help the Government, employers and workers in Viet Nam identify sexual harassment in the workplace, prevent and address it through practical guidance which is missing in the laws.
12 May 2015
A Code of Conduct on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace has been signed by senior officials of the Government, employers’ organization and trade union, marking to marking Viet Nam’s commitment to preventing and addressing this issue. The development of the Code was supported by the ILO.
07 May 2015
As several countries around the world prepare to celebrate Mother’s Day, two new ILO studies provide new global and country data that point to the urgent need to increase social protection for mothers and children.
25 April 2015
Both sides agreed on an outline for future collaboration and joint activities in areas of mutual interest.
24 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.
16 March 2015
Leaders of Viet Nam’s and Malaysia’s trade unions agreed to co-operate to protect the former’s workers in Malaysia – one of the top four destination countries for Vietnamese working migrants.