According to the World Economic Forum’s rankings, Vietnam's gender equality ranking has been falling since 2006, from 65th to 77th in 2018 and 87th in 2021.
Boldly dismissing gender stereotypes, many young women in the technology industry have achieved initial success and have inspired others to step into the field that is considered the “land" of men.
Unilever Vietnam recently held an online workshop to raise public awareness of impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on Vietnamese women and shared its women’s empowerment ambition in the next 5 years.
Many young Vietnamese women have fallen into traps set by men on dating sites.
The breaking news that American billionaire Bill Gates and his wife have plans to divorce after 27 years of living together has flooded local media and social networks in Vietnam over the past few days, overwhelming other hot issues.
Ha Giang Province locating in the remote far northern region of the country is popular as Vietnam's northernmost point.
The International Football Federation (FIFA) has recognised three local female referees, in addition to three assistant referees, as coming up the standards of its Elite level.
This week leading up to International Women's Day tomorrow, VN Women's Union has appealed to all women in the country to wear their áo dài, be proud of their common heritage and protect it together.
The percentage of women who are business leaders has reached over 31%, which has put Vietnam in the list of countries with high rankings for opportunities and participation of women in the economy.
Two Vietnamese women have been named among the BBC’s 100 most inspiring and influential women for 2019.