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Vietnam Briefing: Vietnam’s Human Rights Abuses Highlighted In U.S. Department Of State Report

Vietnam Briefing: Vietnam’s Human Rights Abuses Highlighted In U.S. Department Of State Report
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The Vietnam Briefing, which is released every Monday morning Vietnam time, looks at Vietnam’s social and political developments of the past week. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- State Department released 2021 Country Reports on Human Rights, detailing Vietnam’s human rights abuses * The U.S. Department of State released [https://www.state.gov/

The Vietnamese Magazine
The Vietnamese Magazine
Vietnam Briefing
From #MeToo to ‘Creating Our Own Tables’: How High Is The Glass Ceiling in Vietnam?

From #MeToo to ‘Creating Our Own Tables’: How High Is The Glass Ceiling in Vietnam?
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The glass ceiling for women in Vietnam, to me, is as high as the sky for most. Recent stories about sexual assault and other violent crimes against young girls and women not only caught the public attention but also gave observers glimpses of a patriarchal society which has remained – for

Quynh-Vi Tran
Quynh-Vi Tran
Opinion-Section
Will #MeToo finally have its break in Vietnam?

Will #MeToo finally have its break in Vietnam?
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In the late evening of April 18, 2018, many journalists in Vietnam began to share on social media a story [https://www.facebook.com/cogaidolongvn/posts/10209682104044079] that could come with the power to shatter the nation’s culture of playing down sexual harassment in the workplace and silencing victim.

Quynh-Vi Tran
Quynh-Vi Tran
Human Rights