From perception to action for women

From perception to action for women

The global economy is changing with the Fourth Industrial Revolution –presenting great opportunities and challenges for women entrepreneurs and women-owned enterprises in accessing and entering the digital economy.
Inequality changes forcing fresh gender-related policy

Inequality changes forcing fresh gender-related policy

Global woes over the past 24 months have caused numerous losses and burdens for women that have exacerbated gender inequality and led to dire social consequences.
Award gala for the competition “Women entrepreneurs planning for success”

Award gala for the competition “Women entrepreneurs planning for success”

The Award Gala for the competition “ Women entrepreneurs planning for success” has taken place on November 25 in four different locations in Hanoi, the northern city of Haiphong, and Ho Chi Minh city.
ASEAN, Australia strengthen cooperation in women, peace, security matters

ASEAN, Australia strengthen cooperation in women, peace, security matters

Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son and Australian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women Marise Payne attended an ASEAN-Australia dialogue themed “Women, peace and security: progressing implementation on the road to recovery from COVID-19” on November 9.
The women changing the face of energy in Vietnam

The women changing the face of energy in Vietnam

Many women are leading and motivating the country’s business community in its development, embodying Vietnam’s power and serving as role models for today’s youngsters.
Australian Ambassador discusses women in leadership with Vietnamese Peacekeepers

Australian Ambassador discusses women in leadership with Vietnamese Peacekeepers

Australian Ambassador to Vietnam Robyn Mudie met with Vietnamese peacekeepers preparing to deploy on United Nations peacekeeping missions in Africa.
Bias continues to haunt Vietnam’s gender ambitions

Bias continues to haunt Vietnam’s gender ambitions

Women around the world have made incredible strides in joining the workforce, battling for equal pay, and getting to the top of their professions, particularly in Vietnam where the female labour participation rate is almost level to men.
Creating an enabling environment for women at work

Creating an enabling environment for women at work

Women continue to play an increasingly important role in workplaces and business organisations.
Eliminating sexual harassment

Eliminating sexual harassment

Sexual harassment is present in workplaces all around the world and is often normalised. It is a significant obstacle to women’s equality in the workplace and their advancement to leadership positions
Efforts ramped up to improve gender equality and women’s roles in Vietnam

Efforts ramped up to improve gender equality and women’s roles in Vietnam

Vietnam has come a long way in gender equality, with changes in the legal framework now protecting women better than ever before. However, much works need to be done before total equality can be achieved.
Women fight to make use of targeted pandemic support

Women fight to make use of targeted pandemic support

The global health crisis has created significant challenges for almost all businesses, but ensuring the rights of employees, especially female workers, in this difficult period seems to have become the responsibility of not only enterprises but also state agencies and international organisations.
Banks lift women-led groups with financing options

Banks lift women-led groups with financing options

Both local and foreign banks are joining forces to promote an inclusive growth and generate more job opportunities by boosting their funding packages to women-led enterprises, hence increasing critical roles of female entrepreneurs in corporate value chains.
Returning work-life balance to augment women contributions

Returning work-life balance to augment women contributions

Despite Vietnam’s progression towards equal female participation in the workforce, the division of domestic labour in the family remains broadly unchanged.
Breaking through prejudices holding back female founders

Breaking through prejudices holding back female founders

Making up nearly 50 per cent of the labour force and contributing about 30 per cent of Vietnam’s GDP each year, women are becoming an important driver of economic development. However, the startup stage is still heavily slanted towards men, with deep-rooted stereotypes and prejudices putting women in a disadvantage.
A platform to support women’s entrepreneurship

A platform to support women’s entrepreneurship

UN Women is making efforts to upgrade the position of Vietnamese women in the family and wider society. Elisa Fernandez Saenz, UN Women representative in Vietnam, talked with Hoang Oanh about solutions to support Vietnamese women in the startup process.
|< < 1 2 3 4 > >|