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Research From its earliest years, ISDS has been pioneering unique studies of gender, sexuality and sexual health in Vietnam. Two most notable studies are a qualitative inquiry on the social construction of sexuality in Vietnam in 2003; and a national survey on sexuality and sexual health in 2009. In addition to the studies of the […]

Internal and international migrants

Research Migration became one of the major areas of interest of ISDS since 2002 when the Insitute joined a regional team of institutions doing collaborative research on social protection in Asia, an initiative of The Ford Foundation. In this research, migrants have been addressed among those disadvantaged groups and needed better social protection.  The research […]

People with disabilities

Research Starting from 2007, the Institute has inquired into a new area of research and advocacy on disability. With a grant from The Ford Foundation, ISDS undertook the first large scale survey on disability in Vietnam at high prevalence provinces. Amongst groups of people with disabilities (PWDs), people whose disabilities were likely caused by Agent […]

People living with HIV

Research ISDS’ works in this area started in 2002 with a ground-breaking research “Understanding HIV-Related Stigma and Discrimination in Vietnam”, collaborated with the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and funded by the USAID. The research is unique as it has traced the root causes of stigma and discrimination (S&D) from the discourse of […]