Publications

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Hanoi office regularly publishes a wide range of resources on issues relevant to the Mekong region and beyond. All our articles, books and research papers are free to access. Together with our partners, we strive to enrich political debates, shed light on key issues, and offer up different perspectives on regional and global challenges. We have categorized our publications according to topics and countries. Please use the links below.

Towards Vietnamese Feminist Judgments

This book deals with theory and practice of feminist jurisprudence in Vietnam. Through a critical reinterpretation of six prominent cases, it demonstrates in which ways legal decisions can either reinforce or challenge gender inequality.

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Building Socialism in Vietnam - A Debate

Ten contributions representative of the domestic debate over Socialism in Vietnam by leading Vietnamese scholars and politicians.

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An Ecological City For All

Learn about the connection between urbanization and ecological crises from a global perspective and from the concrete example of a changing Hanoi.

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Building the Social-Ecological Future: Transformative Approaches in Vietnam

Exploring transformative approaches to sustainability in Vietnam from initiatives of scientists, youth workers, and people who have been working with nature and for a sustainable coexistence for decades.

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Environmental catastrophe is not only the problem of nature

When an environmental catastrophe occurs, nature is not the only victim. Humans, with their greed and unradical patches for disasters they have created, systematically oppress each other.

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A dialogue with Marx on the relationship between Nature and Human

When an environmental catastrophe occurs, nature is not the only victim. Humans, with their greed and unradical patches for disasters they have created, systematically oppress each other.

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The impact of the COVID lockdown on the rights of migrants with disabilities in Ho Chi Minh City

Although the impact of the Covid pandemic on people with disabilities has become the main concern of advocates for the rights of people with disabilities, there exists limited research on migrants with disabilities in big cities of Vietnam.

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Pink Tax

When you go to a supermarket to buy shampoo or shop online for new summer clothes, do you ever look at the price of the same product when it is marketed toward women and men? Are you aware that women are often charged more for goods and services?

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Food sovereignty: International experience and practice to ethnic minorities farmers in Vietnam

Over the past two decades, the concept of "Food Sovereignty" has been increasingly mentioned and has become an important topic in international discussions related to food security and development. However, in Vietnam, food sovereignty is still a new concept, it has rarely been known and hasn’t been used in any executive documents, programs, or policies of the Party or the Government.

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Research on the impact of COVID-19 on the issue of Social security of women migrant workers in the informal sector in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city after the 2nd and 4th outbreaks

From the analyses, judgment, and the result of the surveying rounds, the research team put forward some recommendations and experiences, contributing to better quality and implementation of social security policies for marginalized groups, improving the medical and social security support system in the context of a pandemic and other emergency situations.

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