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People with disability in Vietnam

People with Disabilities in Vietnam, funded by the Ford Foundation in 2006, was carried out to examine the economic and social situations in which people with disabilities (PWD), including those who were likely to have been affected by Agent Orange, live and work in high-prevalence provinces in Vietnam namely Dong Nai, Quang Nam – Da […]

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Social factors Determining Gender Inequality in Vietnam

In March 2016,  The Institute for Social Development Studies (ISDS), published a new report: “Social factors Determining Gender Inequality in Vietnam”. This research study conducted by the Institute for Social Development Studies between 2012 to 2015 with support from The Ford Foundation, Oxfam Novib, and the Australian Government. The study includes a nationally representative survey […]

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Transnational marriage migration of Vietnamese women to East Asia – Toward a multi-dimensional view

The proceeding “Transnational marriage migration of Vietnamese women to East Asia – Toward a multi-dimensional view” includes papers presented at the workshop which was jointly organized by the Institute for Social Development Studies (ISDS) and the University of Western Ontario (UWO) in July 2011. The proceeding is bilingual and has 91 pages. The proceeding includes 3 parts: […]

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Men and masculinities in a globalising Viet Nam

Men and Masculinities in a Globalising Viet Nam was conducted by the Institute for Social Development Studies, funded by NAFOSTED and Investing in Women, as an effort to provide scientific evidence for a better understanding of men in Viet Nam for the development of more comprehensive policies and programmes promoting gender equality. A total of […]

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