Viet Nam

Region: Asia and the Pacific
Convention Status: Ratified
Date of Ratification: 7/8/2007

News and Events

Launch of Global Report “Re|Shaping Cultural Policies” in Hanoi

UNESCO’s 2018 Global Report “Re|Shaping Cultural Policies” will be launched in Hanoi, Viet Nam...
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Viet Nam: towards good governance for culture

UNESCO, in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST), launched the 2018...

Gender equality and diversity: World Radio Day in Viet Nam

Media Promotes Gender Equality was the major topic of this year’s World Radio Day in Viet Nam where...

Film & Visual Arts reaching new heights in Vietnam – Monitoring the implementation of the 2005 Convention

Reaching out to youth and raising their awareness on UNESCO's 2005 Convention on the Protection and...

UNESCO hosts a Consultation Workshop on the Draft Periodic Report on the Implementation of the 2005 Convention in Viet Nam

Viet Nam is in the process of drafting its Quadrennial Periodic Report on the implementation of the...

Contributions to IFCD:

June 2018 | US$ 1 894.00
March 2017 | US$ 1 894.00
June 2016 | US$ 1 894.00



Viet Nam: Investing in cultural industries to bolster the economy

In recent years, Viet Nam has seen the rise of a national market for creative and cultural products. The country’s...

Capacity building in Viet Nam

Cultural and creative industries are experiencing a new era in Viet Nam. In 2014, Viet Nam developed its first “National Strategy for the...

UNESCO Culture for Development Indicators (CDIS)

The Culture for Development Indicators Suite (CDIS) is an advocacy and policy tool that...

Enhancing Fundamental Freedoms through the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

Capacity-building activities for policy monitoring serve to support evidence-based policy, also strengthening informed, transparent and...

Strengthening the System of Governance for Culture in Developing Countries

This UNESCO expert facility project is funded by the European Union and contributes to the implementation of the 2005...

CDIS Index