Tuesday, 2/6/2020
  • Declaration of Independence of President Ho Chi Minh – a declaration shinning with ideology on human rights and civil rights of oppressed nations

    Sixty nine years ago on 2 September 1945 in Ba Dinh Square, Ha Noi, President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence, founding the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam. The Declaration is not only an important document of the Vietnamese Party and nation in the history of struggle for independence and freedom but also a declaration which shines with ideology on human rights and civil rights of oppressed nations because it affirms both legal principles on national independence and territorial integrity and legality of national rights and fundamental human rights.

  • Guarantee of human rights in Viet Nam and current problems

    Guarantee of human rights in Viet Nam, first and foremost, is prompted by objectives of revolution and nature of the social regime chosen by Viet Nam. That is why, even in hash circumstance of years of war, particularly when the country was reunified and in development stages, the Vietnamese State has striven to better guarantee human rights to everybody while paying special attention to vulnerable groups in society.

  • 2013 Constitution - Constitutionalizing social security

    The term “social security” has been widely used and its fundamental connotation has rather clearly and for long manifested in many countries (particularly in developed countries), implying major social policies of the State. Not until the early years of the 21st century, this term has been officially, widely and commonly used in our country. It is fully and completely represented in item VII of the 11th Party Congress Documents: Effectively realize social progress and equity, ensure social security in each step and each policy of development. (1) The Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam (revised) officially uses the term social security and constitutionalizes its fundamental connotation as defined by the 11th Party Congress.

  • Religious work in Viet Nam’s renovation process

  • Sustainable development in Vietnam

    Sustainable development has emerged as a top concern of mankind. The issue is echoed at various international forums, in public documents, as well as in national policies and plans of action. In Vietnam, sustainable development is one of the fundamental elements of economic growth model reform and a primary goal of the national economy.

  • Viet Nam continues implementing national target programs on healthcare (*)

    To materialize the Resolution of the eleventh Congress of the Communist Party of Viet Nam in the field of healthcare, over the past years, the Vietnamese healthcare branch has exerted efforts to implement its Program of Action in line with the Party’s resolution. The effective implementation of National Target Programmes is considered one of the focusses of the healthcare branch to contribute to improve the quality of life and accelerate socio-economic development.

  • Relationship between economic growth and social development based on the principle of progress and equality in Vietnam’s renovation process

    Combining economic growth with social development based on the principle of progress and equality are two of the three pillars of rapid and sustainable development that many countries aspire to. However, this is a difficult problem that cannot be easily solved everywhere every time. To achieve these goals, a series of objective and subjective conditions are required. Many relationships need to be addressed, including the relationship between boosting economic growth and undertaking social progress and equality in a particular development model.

  • More sustainable hunger eradication and poverty reduction in Vietnam

    Eliminating hunger, reducing poverty, and improving the living conditions of the poor is not just a major consistent social policy of the Vietnamese Party and State but it is also an important part and a strategic focus in Vietnam’s socio-economic development strategy. Over the years, the government, ministries and sectors have been keen on researching, reviewing, building and issuing mechanisms and policies on sustainable poverty reduction, regularly fine-tuned and adjusted mechanisms and policies embracing reality. As a result, the beneficiaries and funding for the poor have been expanded, meeting the aspirations of the poor... Programs and policies on poverty reduction have mobilized the power and the participation of the entire political system and society.

  • Human resource development in our country

  • Social criticism-a method to exercise democracy in Viet Nam

    Social criticism means acts of analysis, argument and evaluation on scientifically and socially practical basis on appropriateness and correctness of policies and decisions of leadership and social management circle.

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