Based on the data from the Population and Housing Censuses in 1979-2009 as well as the population projections, the aim of this report is to analyze changes in the age structure of the Vietnamese population in the past and the future.Full review
The overall purpose of this document is to abstract and summarise a selection of articles from the Asian region and Viet Nam in relation to changing trends in sex ratio at birth (SRB). This is the first annotated bibliography on the topic of the changing SRB in Viet Nam and a selected few other Asian countries.The current bibliography is a first attempt to produce a dynamic document that will assist researchers, policy makers and development partners in identifying what is already known and in addressing the needs resulting from current negative SRB trends that have been identified in Viet Nam.
This advocacy brief highlights five main ways in which internal migration affects and is affected by socio-economic developmentFull review
This fact sheet summarizes the paper “Gender-based violence. A review” prepared by the UN in Viet Nam in consultation with key stakeholders, to provide an overview of current issues relating to GBV in Viet Nam. Its purpose is to inform strategic planning, visioning and priority setting related to gender-based violence in areas including research, programming, planning, as well as monitoring and evaluation.Full review
The publication analyzes the sample data of the 2009 Population and Housing Census on the imbalances of the Sex Ratio at Birth (SRB) in Viet Nam. It provides detailed analysis of the data on the level, trends, regional and demographic variations of the SRB across Viet Nam.Full review
The overall purpose of this document is to abstract and summarise a selection of articles from the Asian region and Viet Nam in relation to changing trends in sex ratio at birth (SRB).Full review
This paper focuses on internal economic migration in Viet Nam. It is important to recognise the continuities between internal and international migration trends, as well as their shared capacity to significantly contribute to the socio-economic development of Viet Nam.Full review
This paper was commissioned by the UN Gender Programme Coordination Group (Gender PCG) to provide a summary of current issues relating to Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in Viet Nam. Its purpose is to inform strategic planning, visioning and priority-setting for GBV in research, programming, planning, monitoring and evaluation. The audience is the UN system as well as the Government of Viet Nam. Over the next two years, several important strategic planning documents will be developed, providing rich opportunities to apply the lessons learned from research, policy development and programming from the past five years, to the next phase of policy development and implementation.Full review