The cozy and happy birthday party in celebration of the 10th anniversary of iSEE was organized on 29th, June, 2017 in Heritage Space. During the journey of the last 10 year, iSEE has always kept a fire burning – the fire of the desire for a better society in Vietnam. This fire has been fuelled by the values of freedom, equality and tolerance, and the belief in humanity and kindness. iSEE has always commited to pursuing the mission of protecting human rights and enlarging the civil society space in Vietnam. iSEE tròn 10 tuổi
Luong Minh Ngoc, Director of iSEE and the course lecturer, announced: “Firstly, this course wants to concentrate on yourself finding your own answers, giving your own solutions, your own decisions. We do not help you to answer anything. Secondly, we want this place to be a learning space with new features. Actually when the lecturers are here, we share that: “We learn as well”. This is a space of mutual learning. We do not think that teachers will teach, students will learn. Students can teach us as well. Those are the reasons why you are here.”
The Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment (iSEE) is an independent development organization working toward a prosperous, equal, democratic and tolerant society. Since its establishment, iSEE has always been open to new ideas, creating free spaces for the utmost contribution of staff and strengthening the independent status of the Institute. For some years, iSEE has proactively prepared for the change of Directorship to ensure the organisation’s sustainable growth. We have now been ready for the next stage and happy to announce the recruitment of a new director.
Following the success of talk show “Da Sac 1 - Gender Boxes” at the Academy of Journalism, on May 9, 2013, iSEE together with CGFED (Research Centre for Gender, Family, and Environment in Development) and TAF (The Asian Foundation) organized talk show “Da sac 2 - I am masculine” at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology - HUST. The name was chosen because most of the majors offered at HUST are traditionally viewed as masculine, such as mechanics, chemistry, and information technology.
Talkshow “Đa Sắc 1: Gender boxes” at the Academy of Journalism on Apr 11, 2013 was the first in a talk series on gender, a program organized by iSEE and CGFED (Research Centre for Gender, Family and Environment in Development) and the Asian Foundation. The talk attracted more than 200 journalism students.