Statement of iSEE on tragic shooting at Orlando targeting LGBTQ community
|Statement of iSEE on tragic shooting at Orlando targeting LGBTQ community|
The project ‘enhancing the participation and voice of ethnic minority women’ in Bắc Kạn province, used collaborative research methods to enhance the strengths and voices of local Tày, Dao and Hmông women. Collaborate research methods allowed these women to identify local problems and decide on which ones to research, with the objective of presenting their research to state agencies and mobilize those and social organizations to resolve their problems.
The SEXUP! Fair was held at Thái Nguyên University of Economics and Business Management on April 10th and attracted thousands of students and youngsters from universities and high schools in Thái Nguyên city.
"Love and sharing are the core and unchangeable values of Vietnamese family, without categorising any form of family." - Mr. Huu Van Hoa, Deputy Director General, Family Department (MOCST) claimed.
During Pride month, we are saddened by the news about the mass shooting that occurred at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families affected by this horrific violence.