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Teacher Training Modules that address gender issues and promote Gender Equality
Cập nhật ngày: 22/03/2012
Gender equality is one important Human Rights and social justice principle, objective and practice. Men and women are biologically different (which is reflected in the concept of sex) and may embrace specific socially constructed roles (which is captured in the concept of gender). However, biological and other differences between men and women should not give raise to social, cultural, political and economic inequalities and discrimination
Guidelines for textbook review and analysis from a gender perspective
Cập nhật ngày: 22/03/2012
Textbooks and other learning materials have a key role in shaping the values, attitudes and social skills essential to achieving gender equality, a cornerstone of both the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the goals of Education for All (EFA). Yet, despite efforts to correct disparities in the visibility, status and perceived potential of boys and girls, men and women portrayed in textbooks, such imbalances are common in the materials used in educational systems throughout the world.
Gender mainstreaming guide
Cập nhật ngày: 22/03/2012
After the Law on Gender Equality was approved by the Vietnam National Assembly on 29 November 2006 and came into effect since 01 July 2007, the demand of capacity building for gender equality has been increased. All organisations and individuals are responsible for gender mainstreaming in developing legislative documents from reviewing, evaluating, proposing, recommending, and drafting to adjusting1 to ensure the objective of gender equality promotion.
Gender Training Programme for Education  Managers and Officials   
Cập nhật ngày: 22/03/2012
This training programme has been developed by UNESCO Ha Noi and the Ministry of Education and Training with Technical Assistance from the UNESCO Bangkok Asia‐Pacific Regional Bureau for Education
Gender training for media professionals: ‘Broadcasting for All: Focus on Gender’
Cập nhật ngày: 22/03/2012
This 2‐day training programme has been developed against the background of Viet Nam’s legislation on gender equality and domestic violence with the understanding that the media has a key role to play in raising awareness of these laws and on gender issues. On the other hand, media has a responsibility to ensure quality reporting through gender lens.
Empowering Women and Men in Developing Communities Trainer’s Manua
Cập nhật ngày: 22/03/2012
Forming business groups is a way for women and men in poor communities to enhance their income generating activities and thereby improve the quality of life of their families and communities. Business groups can also address inequities and power imbalances between men and women of variousincome classes by helping to strengthen the members’ self-confidence, status and voice.
Guideline for development of POD on DVPC intergration into localities’workplan
Cập nhật ngày: 22/03/2012
In order to institutionalize the Parties’ orientations and policies in the area of family, to perform the role of state management in DVPC and at the same time to promote the role of individuals, families and communities in DVPC; on 12/11/2007, at the 2nd session, the National Assembly passed the DV Law. This is an event of great significance in socio-political life, contributing actively to the prevention and control of domestic violence, supporting and protecting victims of domestic violence and handling promptly and strictly with the acts of DV. The promulgation of the Law proved the determination of the State of Vietnam in the implementation of international commitments, especially the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

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