A presentation at the talk show

“My Way to School” from the perspectives of People with Disability

An online talk show tilted “My Way to School” was recently held by Aus4Skills for Australian alumni and members of the Disability Inclusion Professional Group, People with Disability (PwD) and those who are interested in the topic.

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Participants in the Symposium

Gender and social inclusion mainstreaming: experience from Northern Universities

On the 28th August 2020, the symposium “Gender and social inclusion mainstreaming: Efforts and Achievements by Universities in the Northern Mountainous Region of Vietnam” was held in Hanoi.

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Female students at TBU are better aware of gender equality

Gender Equality - Journey of Change

At Tay Bac University (TBU) of Son La province, 70% of the total 3,200 students are from ethnic minority groups, including many female students. These are vulnerable groups due to traditional customs and living conditions. Therefore, raising awareness to help students realise their personal values and motivation to study and to contribute has been a key priority of TBU over the past years – according to Mr. Doan Duc Lan, Chairperson of the University Council.

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Participants at the Forum

Promoting Industry Engagement with Vocational Education and Training to Develop Human Resources for the Logistics Industry

Developing human resources for the logistics industry, using the Logistics Industry Reference Council (LIRC) as a model to promote active engagement among businesses, Government agencies and vocational colleges provides the opportunity for Vietnam to build a dynamic and skillful logistics workforce, while at the same time helping to reduce logistics costs.

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Revealing barriers to women’s leadership: Gender-based violence

Recently, the Australia Awards Women in Leadership Journey IV (WIL Journey IV) participants successfully organised an event about gender equality.

The goal of this event was to increase and improve awareness of gender-based violence (GBV) and introduce how GBV can be a significant barrier to women’s leadership.

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