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January Monthly Update

AAV Monthly Updates 1/2019

ActionAid Vietnam Country Strategy Paper 2018-2023

The ActionAid Vietnam Country Strategy Paper 2018 - 2023 (CSP VI) sets out three priorities for the 2018-23 period, including: improving people’s capacity to build safe communities, and adapt to

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Double Taxation Treaties in Vietnam: Red Carpet for whom?

This policy brief looks at the implications of Vietnam’s DTTs and makes recommendations to minimize impacts of DTTs on Vietnam’s ability to derive the greatest benefit for its citizens from its

Stitching A Better Future: Is Vietnam's Boom In Garment Manufacturing Good for Women?

This research from ActionAid Vietnam and ActionAid UK in cooperation with Aid for social
protection program foundation in Vietnam (AFV) aims to review whether the expansion of the
garment and

Not Just Lip Service: Advancing women's economic justice in industrialisation

This report sets out an alternative for economic transformation underpinned by a rights-based, progressive version of industrial policy that respects and advances women’s rights. While it offers the

Unpaid Care Work: Redistribution for Sustainable Development

Since 2015, ActionAid Vietnam has been undertaking a long-term research and advocacy programme focusing on unpaid care work and the impact that unequal distribution of unpaid care has on women, men

Food Security for Small Farmers

ActionAid International is a global federation working in more than 40 countries with its headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa. Action Aid India and Action Aid Vietnam are leading members of

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Policy brief: Safe city for women and girls

This Policy Brief is a collaboration of GED, CGFED and ActionAid Vietnam to provide an overview of the current situation of gender-based violence against women and girls in five cities including Hanoi

How much does it cost women for men to be the family's backbone?

This policy brief provides a summary of key policy issues arising from research undertaken by ActionAid Vietnam with the support of the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. It follows on

Policy Brief - Unpaid Care Work: Make a House becomes a Home

Unpaid care work (UCW) is no longer a new concept globally but it is rather new in Vietnam. Recently, there have been many studies and reports using this concept or entioning the time used for care