Communication and education on human rights should be conducted regularly, continuously, proactively, comprehensively, and convincingly through practical stories.
From 258 newspapers and magazines in 1990, the country now has more than 700 print newspapers, with 850 publications, 68 radio stations, 1 news agency, 80 electronic newspapers and thousands of websites, 55 publishers and 15,000 journalists.
Along with the development of the country, the media has made important contributions in sharing knowledge and promoting human rights and become an important forum for people to reflect their voice, participate in discovering the negative aspects of society and contribute positively to the country's renewal and development.
Vietnamese people are getting better and better access to modern information technology. According to statistics of "wearesocial.net", Vietnamese using the Internet also ranked 9th in terms of average time spent on social networks is 3.1 hours per day; 22nd in the world by 31% of population.
In addition to spoken and printed newspapers, there are also electronic newspapers. Types of development journalism, departments, agencies, and organizations all have their websites.
From 258 newspapers and magazines in 1990, the country now has more than 700 print news agencies, with 850 publications, 68 radio stations, 1 news agency, 80 electronic newspapers and thousands of websites. On the Internet, 55 publishers and 15,000 journalists are issued cards. The use of modern technology in creating, storing, transmitting information, processing and exploiting information to provide citizens, state agencies and social organizations conveniently, quickly, less expensive than other forms of traditional propaganda, bringing many benefits to society.
In order to propagandize, educate and promote human rights in Vietnam today, we need to thoroughly exploit and use the utilities of the internet and the mass media. And the communication and education on human rights needs to be conducted regularly, continuously, proactively and comprehensively, convincingly through practical stories.
An elaborate ministerial study through the topic, "Enhancing the role of media institutions in protecting human and civil rights in Vietnam has shown that, only when raising awareness of officials and public employees public officials, public officials and people understand the Party's guidelines and policies and the laws of the State on human rights, they will know how to select information on social networking sites.
Therefore, promoting propaganda and raising people's awareness about human rights will bring about positive effects, easier to implement to prevent and control information on social networks in the technological age. Information developed as currently.
Doing this, all people of all classes understand the policies of the Party and the State, the hostile forces do not have the opportunity to propagate misrepresenting the guidelines, policies, laws of the Party and the State to causing divisions, losing solidarity, reducing people's confidence in the Party and the State.
In order to achieve high efficiency, propaganda must have a real innovation in both content and forms.
The study also suggests that the media also need to improve the credibility and reliability of the people to the people, so that they can trust the information agencies. In order to do that, it is necessary to innovate the way of receiving, collecting and processing information on human rights, raising the level of propagandists and propagandists must be knowledgeable. deeply about human rights issues, understanding the law, thereby giving accurate information to the people, properly orienting in the public opinion, creating trust for people in the mainstream media. Communication on human rights needs to arouse their sense of national pride, so that they understand their basic rights and choose appropriate protection mechanisms.
And, in order to achieve a high efficiency, the propaganda must have a real innovation both in content and ways to be proactive in a timely manner, more sensitive, more profound, comprehensive and more effective. Regarding the content of information and propaganda, it is necessary to be suitable and practical for each subject, such as: International human rights conventions; new provisions of the 2013 Constitution on human rights, basic rights and obligations of citizens; provisions on human and civil rights in relevant laws; the rights of the elderly, the rights of women, the rights of children; other related rights ...; clarifying the position, role, duties and powers of state agencies in the protection of justice, the protection of human rights and citizens' rights ...
Besides, information and propaganda forms need to diversify types in each content, each time it is necessary to choose appropriate and effective forms. The media agencies need to uphold the role, responsibility, actively and proactively in coordination with relevant agencies and units in order to effectively organize various types of information and communication.