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Launch of the Country Gender Equality Profile Viet Nam 2021

Country Gender Equality Profile Viet Nam 2021 will be launched on 26 October by UN Women, the Australian Embassy in collaboration with Asian Development Bank (ADB) and International Labour Organization (ILO).   Information of the public event: – Date: 26 October 2021 – Time: 14:00 to 16:00 – Vietnamese livestream: https://www.facebook.com/unwomenvietnam/ – English livestream: Please […]

Tele-SSM: A telephone technology innovation in the intervention on supported self-management for depression in Vietnam

The study ” Tele-SSM: A telephone technology innovation in the intervention on supported self-management for depression in Vietnam” was conducted by the Institute for Research in Social Development (ISDS) and funded by National Foundation for Science and Technology Development (NAFOSTED). The final goal of the study is to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of applying […]

World Bank, Japan Support Strengthening Pandemic Preparedness at Grassroots Level in Vietnam

HANOI, August 25, 2021—The World Bank and the Institute for Social Development Studies have signed an agreement for a US$2.75 million grant provided by the Japan Social Development Fund for the “Strengthening preparedness and response to COVID-19 at the grassroots level in Vietnam” Project.   HIV vulnerable groups in Vĩnh Phúc discuss the impact of […]

Promoting gender-equality and safe migration for Vietnamese undocumented women migrant workers

On the 9th of August, 2021, Ms. Deborah Paul, Ambassador of Canada to Vietnam has officially signed the agreement to sponsor an amount of VND 635,954,000 (CAD 34,888.44) for the Institute of Social Development Studies to implement the Project “Promoting gender-equality and safe migration for Vietnamese undocumented women migrant workers through inclusive governance and women […]

Dissemination Workshop “Men and Masculinities in a Globalising Viet Nam”

MEDIA RELEASE Launch of the ISDS Report “Men and Masculinities in a Globalising Viet Nam” 4 November 2020, Daewoo Hotel, Hanoi New report explores men’s views on gender equality and social expectations HANOI—Traditional perceptions and pressures on men to display certain attitudes and behaviours can be unhelpful for both men and women, and hold back […]

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Institute for Social Development Studies (ISDS) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation established by the Decision 468/TC-LHH dated 27th May 2002 of the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA). Until now, ISDS has been recognized as one of the leading reputable research institutes in Viet Nam for its high-quality research and appliance of social […]

Distribute Face Mask for COVID-19 prevention

On February 7, 2020, 1,000 activated carbon cloth face masks were distributed to more than 500 patients and their families at the Vietnam National Blood Center. This is one of the activities of #ISDS to support the prevention of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Introduction

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 […]

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