Gender – the blind factor in mining in Vietnam

Gender – the blind factor in mining in Vietnam
“Mining is merely technical issue”, “Mining does not involve Gender issue”, “Mining is not the field of women”, etc. Is that right for those considerations? And how should it be interpreted from development perspective?

Protect Women, Save Our Future!

Protect Women, Save Our Future!
Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific (PAN AP) calls for action to address the ill impacts of Highly Hazardous Pesticides (HHPs) on women and children’s health and well-being. PAN AP will hold the No Pesticide Use Week (NPUW) campaign on Women, Children and Highly Hazardous Pesticides from December 3to 10, 2011, which is the World Human Rights Day...

Interactive drama: “In response to the International Sexual Health Day”

Interactive drama:  “In response to the International Sexual Health Day”
In response to this year International Sexual Health Day, with the topic “Adolescents together share the rights and responsibilities to have safe and satisfied sexual lives”, Research Centre for Gender, Family and Environment in Development (CGFED), along with Academy of Journalism and Communication’s school union, held an exchange on the evening...

Flash Mob: Rights for Youth – Value of us

Flash Mob: Rights for Youth – Value of us
The event chain “Flash Mob: Rights for Youth – Value of us” is with the participation of more than 200 students from Academy of Journalism and Communication Hanoi and Hanoi National University.