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Monday, October 3, 2022
Tags: migration
Diplomacy plays great role in growth of Vietnam-Laos ties: Ambassador Diplomacy plays great role in growth of Vietnam-Laos ties: Ambassador
Cooperation between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam and Laos have shown its important role in and significant contributions to the development of the great friendship between the two countries, Vietnamese Ambassador to Laos Nguyen Ba Hung has stated.
First Vietnam-UK Migration Dialogue takes place in Hanoi First Vietnam-UK Migration Dialogue takes place in Hanoi
Vietnam and the United Kingdom held the inaugural migration dialogue on August 15 in Hanoi, under the chair of UK Home Office Permanent Under-Secretary Matthew Rycroft and Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Public Security Senior Lieutenant General Luong Tam Quang.
WB committed to support Vietnam in implementing Mekong Delta master plan WB committed to support Vietnam in implementing Mekong Delta master plan
The World Bank, an important development partner of Vietnam, is committed to support the Vietnam in implementing the newly unveiled Mekong Delta Regional Master Plan.
Nation to exert greater efforts to protect wild migratory birds Nation to exert greater efforts to protect wild, migratory birds
The Prime Minister has recently asked for urgent measures to protect wild and migratory birds in Vietnam as the country is considered one of the most important areas along migration routes of migratory and endemic birds.
Vietnam UK seek ways to deepen strategic partnership Vietnam, UK seek ways to deepen strategic partnership
Deputy Foreign Minister Pham Quang Hieu and the UK's Minister of State for Asia and the Middle East Amanda Milling co-chaired the eighth Vietnam-UK strategic dialogue in Hanoi on March 28.
Foreign ministrys spokesperson responds to queries on issues of public concern Foreign ministry’s spokesperson responds to queries on issues of public concern
Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang presented views on issues that have drawn concern of the press and the public at the ministry’s regular press conference in Hanoi on January 20.
Drivers of migration within and out of Vietnam from citizens perspectives Drivers of migration within and out of Vietnam from citizens’ perspectives
The 2020 PAPI Report, released on April 14, assesses citizen experiences with national and local government performance in governance, public administration, and public service delivery at the provincial level. Apart from national and provincial findings on governance and public administration performance from permanent and temporary residents , the PAPI Report had a special section to look into drivers of migration inside and out of Vietnam. This article introduces findings from this thematic discussion in the report.
Internal migrants experience with governance and public administration differently in selected receiving provinces Internal migrants experience with governance and public administration differently in selected receiving provinces
The 2020 Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) Report assesses citizen experiences with national and local government performance in governance, public administration, and public service delivery at the provincial level. Apart from findings on governance and public administration performance from permanent residents, in 2020, the PAPI research outreached temporary residents in six largest internal migrant-receiving provinces to understand how temporary residents perceive of and experience with local governments’ performance.
The improvement of national governance leads to effective COVID-19 response: 2020 PAPI report The improvement of national governance leads to effective COVID-19 response: 2020 PAPI report
The 2016-2021 government term witnessed an incremental improvement in national governance and public administration performance, with control of corruption in the public sector showing the strongest improvement.
Vietnams position in negotiating an instrument on biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction Vietnam’s position in negotiating an instrument on biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction
Nguyen Hong Thao and Le Thi Anh Dao The establishment of a legally binding instrument on biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction and Vietnam’s need for participation The access to, use and benefit sharing of biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ) have not been comprehensively governed by existing international law, whilst marine genetic resources are becoming the subject of competition due to substantial economic benefits those resources provide. Cognizant of growing threats to the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ), the General Assembly of the United Nations has issued a resolution to establish an Ad Hoc Open-ended Informal Working Group to study BBNJ issues since 2004, followed by the convening of the Intergovernmental Conference with four sessions held between 2018 and 2020 to elaborate the text of the BBNJ instrument .

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