Tuesday, 11:33 27-04-2021

Media Coverage about Fundamental Rights and Professional Health Safety for the Workers

Press and the public Tuesday, 11:33 27-04-2021

In recent years, the media has made an important contribution to the communication of fundamental labour rights and professional health safety, which helps to improve social knowledge, understanding, sympathy, assistance and support. However, the protection of fundamental labour rights and health safety in Vietnam still witness shortcomings and limitations: the workers do not understand their rights fully; they are a vulnerable group and do not have the gut to voice their concern to the employers to protect their benefits. If they have any questions or recommendations, it often takes complicated steps and a long time to receive the answer. The resource to realize fundamental labour rights and health safety is constrained and is mostly provided from state budget with the limited scope and degree of support.


Source: Journal of Political Theory and Communications, no 5 (2019).

Pham Thi Thanh Tinh

Assoc. Prof. PhD, Academy of Journalism and Communication

Renewing the mindset of proactive and comprehensive international integration in Vietnam

Abstract: As part of their leadership in the innovation process, our Party and State have followed policies of opening the economy, transforming into a market economy and integrating into the global economy. Meanwhile, our Party has gradually expanded and perfected its awareness of the need for proactive, active, comprehensive, and extensive international integration in accordance with the country’s conditions and practical requirements. It contributes to boosting economic growth; ensuring security, sovereignty, territorial integrity and enhancing the country’s position internationally. This article focuses on clarifying Vietnam’s proactive innovative thinking and its active, thorough, extensive international integration from two perspectives: (1) renovating foreign policy thinking and (2) renovating international integration thinking.