On the sidelines of the workshop on Vietnam’s 70-year human rights achievement, the Quan doi Nhan dan (People’s Army) daily interviews Mr. Nguyen Thanh Son, Chief of the Standing Office of the Government’s Steering Committee for Human Rights.
|The workshop on Vietnam’s 70-year human rights achievement is held on December 9 in Hanoi__Photo: Internet|
How will recommendations Vietnam has accepted under the second-cycle Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the United Nations Human Rights Council be implemented in the upcoming time?
When justifying its national report on implementation of human rights in
Do accepted recommendations match
In general, most of the 182 recommendations are relevant to
Why has Vietnam been engaged in human rights dialogues with some partners?
Vietnam has pursued the policy on comprehensive international integration in all aspects: economy, culture, society, politics, security and defense, and human rights are not an exception. Prompted by the requests of partners and our policy, Vietnam has agreed to hold human rights dialogues with Australia, the EU, Norway, Switzerland and the US in a constructive, open and straight manner. Besides, Vietnam is ready to talk with any organizations or individuals on enforcement of human rights in the country.