Meetings of the Self-help groups are to create a safe environment in which its members can share their feelings and experience with people having the same circumstances. This will put impact on members’ emotion and awareness, then change their attitudes and behaviors about violence against women, help them cope with ...
After the training course, participants can: Understand basic knowledge of Gender, Gender equality in the relationship with domestic violence, understand the fundamental rights of women under international law and Vietnam law, understanding the situation of domestic violence in Vietnam and some countries in the world, understand the true nature, causes ...
Project: “Support the Implementation of the Law on Domestic Violence Prevention and Control and Promote the Supplementation of Relevant Policies”, fund from Oxfam Novib...
With the purpose of providing CSAGA’s partners with skills in working with men to prevent domestic violence, then they can take part in common programmes and maintain prevention models that CSAGA has been carrying out to promote gender equality and prevent violence against women, during four days, from June 29 ...
Project: Promotion of Lesbians Rights and Increasing Men’s Participation in Gender Equality and Domestic Violence Prevention in Vietnam (Phase II) – Fund from Swedish Embassy.....
Male students are aware of the violence caused by men, and then they know how to control and reduce their own violent behaviors...
This is the direct counseling program, which is to create opportunities for guests and listeners to discuss about the roles of men and women in the family, about unequal notions that lead to domestic violence, and then discuss with listeners progressive directions that are encouraged in society.
The program is to create a close relationship between husbands and wives, especially in the period the wives are pregnant. Furthermore, the program is aimed to create safe feelings for future mothers, help them prepare the best for the important period in their lives...
When BECOMING A FATHER, you then know how difficult it is to be a father! You start to know about difficulties that your parents had to cope with in order to bring you up. You may feel regretful of days that you wasted next to your loved ones. But ...
Goal: Survivors of Gender based violence are empowered and accessed timely and effective support.
- Supportive networks on psychology, legislation and employment have been consolidated and effectively implemented.
- Survivors have enough knowledge and skills to get out of the violence
Goal: Raising awareness and capacity of community and all stakeholders (including mass media, social organizations and men) on gender equality and women rights.
- Decrease traditional gender stereotypes.
- Promotion of gender equality in society and family.
- Promotion of responsibility of all stakeholder in practice of gender equality and women rights.
Goal: Promote optimal legal framework for the promotion of women rights.
- GE and DVL have been effectively implemented
- Law and policy on gender equality and GBV have been regularly monitored, evaluated and adjusted for the sake of women rights.
Following the success of Phase 1, sponsored by the Embassy of Sweden, CSAGA continue the Phase 2 of the project. At this phase, CSAGA continued implementation of two main components are improve the rights of lesbians and encourage the participation of men in preventing domestic violence