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Title: TREND OF GENDER DIFFERENCES IN POPULATION, EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT IN VIETNAM LOOKED FROM RESULTS OF POPULATION CENSUS 1989, 1999, 2009
Other Titles: TIẾN TRIỂN VỀ BÌNH ĐẲNG GIỚI Ở VIỆT NAM SAU 20 NĂM ĐỔI MỚI (MỘT PHÂN TÍCH TỪ CÁC SỐ LIỆU TỔNG ĐIỀU TRA DÂN SỐ 1989, 1999, 2009)
Authors: Lưu, Bích Ngọc
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: ĐHQGHN
Citation: 18 tr.
Abstract: Gender equality is considered as a priority target in the development of contemporary society. It is one of 10 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which international community, including Vietnam has commitmented to reach. In Vietnam, gender equality is set out right from the socialist regime was established (1946 Constitution). After 25 years of Doi Moi policy, Vietnam’s economy, society has made many positive changes. Gender equality has also achieved much progress. Women increasingly have the opportunities to develop the capability themselves, participate in the decision making process in the family and in society. Overall, the gender differences in economic and social areas trends are narrowing, particularly in the fields of education and employment. The results came from the Population Census in Vietnam during the past 20 years shows that girls' educational opportunities have been similar to boys. Women are more and more equal to men in higher education. That women increasingly active, involved in the process of migration and in the social labor force is similar to men. Life expectancy of women is increasingly dominant than that of men. However, in the context of implementation on Family Planning policy to go along with strong economic development, tend to unbalance in sex ratio at birth of the child reappeared in Vietnam's population. This could be considered a "negative" result coming from positive policies which have been actively implemented in recent years. This paper aims to clarify the trend of gender differences in the field of population, education and employment in Vietnam after 25 years of Doi Moi by analysing data obtained from the Population Census in 1989, 1999, 2009.
URI: http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/1456
ISSN: 0866-8612
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