• 10.10.2018 | News

    “A forest starts with one tree” – Connecting youth leaders for a greener Vietnam

    “A forest starts with one tree” is the theme of the Vietnam Youth and Sustainable Development Forum (VYS) 2018 which took place from 10th to 16th...


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  • 09.07.2018 | News

    Vietnamese trade unionists on Study tour on Green Growth

    From 25th-29th June, 12 trade unionists from different parts of Vietnam visited Germany to gain insights in the work of German trade unions on Green...


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  • 06.04.2018 | News

    Workshop “Just Transition in the Energy Sector”: A roadmap to a just energy transition in Vietnam

    “Phasing out traditional coal power and transitioning to renewable sources of energy would significantly reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, improve...


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  • 16.03.2018 | News

    Spring School 2018

    During the Spring School 2018 in Hanoi and Mai Chau, students from five Vietnamese and German universities - Hanoi Law University (HLU), Vietnam...


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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Vietnam Office

7 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan
Ba Dinh
Hanoi - Vietnam
IPO Box 44

+84   24 38455108
+84   24 38452631

mail(at)fes-vietnam.org

Welcome to Vietnam Office of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is a private German non-profit organisation, which is committed to the ideas and values of Social Democracy. Please browse through our website to learn more about our organisation, our program areas and partners in Vietnam.

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Political Dialogue and Social Reforms

Political Dialogue and Social Reforms

The work of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) in Germany and worldwide is based on the values of freedom, social justice and solidarity. In light of these values FES is supporting the economic, social and political reform process known as Đổi mới, which was initiated by the Vietnamese Government in 1986.
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Social Policy and Worker's Rights

Social Policy and Worker's Rights

In order to create a social dimension to economic development, competent and responsible trade unions that represent the genuine interests of their members are needed. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung is part of the German democratic labor movement and promotes its values and interests abroad.
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Economic Justice and Sustainable Development

Economic Justice and Sustainable Development

The economic reform process in Vietnam has not only resulted in tremendous success in terms of economic growth, but also a remarkable reduction in poverty and the establishment of a prosperous society.
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Climate Change, Energy and Environment

Climate Change, Energy and Environment

Vietnam is not only one of the countries hardest hit by climate change worldwide, it also suffers from devastating environmental pollution due to its rapid and unsustainable industrialization.
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FES Vietnam on Facebook

FES Vietnam on Facebook

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FES on Youtube

FES on Youtube

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FES Connect

FES Connect

The FES Connect portal sources and shares the most compelling debates and stories published across the international network of FES. more

IPS-Journal

IPS-Journal

IPS-Journal is an active debate platform addressing questions of international and European politics. more

Library of FES Vietnam

Are you looking for information about recent political events in Vietnam, Germany or even worldwide? Are you studying German with a political or economic background? Or are you just interested in politics, economy and law and don't know where to find literature?

Now, you've got the opportunity!

The FES Vietnam opens its library to the public and provides an access to over 800 books and magazines covering up diverse subjects with regard to world events in a socio-economic or socio-political context.

Its opening hours are Monday to Friday from 9am - 12pm and 2pm - 5pm.

For further information please contact:

Ms. Tran Hong Hanh at +84 24 38 455 108 ext. 16

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