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VIETNAM CONTEXT ANALYSIS REPORT ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND HEALTH SITUATION OF VIETNAMESE LGBT COMMUNITY AND MSM/TG (2017)

KẾT QUẢ NGHIÊN CỨU CỦA ISEE, ICS & HẢI ĐĂNG

Relevant economic situation related to LGBT, economic and employment situation of LGBT, and economical context factors that play a role in the status quo / change in this situation

Starting in 1986, Vietnam gradually shifted from a centrally planned system to a socialist market economy. According to the World Bank, Vietnam is the second largest recipient of remittances in Southeast Asia, with $11 billion. Vietnam has been one of the two world leaders of rice exporter for a long time. Vietnam’s leading export manufactured product since 2013 has been electronics. Foreign technology company have contributed a significant percentage to GDP of Vietnam, Samsung on itself contributing for than 20% total export of Viet Nam. Young people, including LGBT people, tend to move and work in major cities like Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi which created a very high density of population in these cities.

Relevant social situation related to LGBT, and social context factors that play a role in the status quo / change in this situation

Vietnam has a young population of which number of people of working age (between 15-64) make up two thirds (69%) of the population. Vietnamese traditional values are strongly influenced by Confucius and Taoist ideologies, although most Vietnamese do not call it by name. The major religion of Vietnam is Buddhism (7.9%), but most of the population are atheist (81.8%) which makes Vietnam one of the most non-religious country in the world.6 However, the Vietnamese culture has mixed its religious with traditional spirit worship and folk practices. Many scholars also suggest old widespread patterns of cross-gender spirit mediums in Vietnam, such as “hau dong” (spirit worshiping) where people with mixed spirit of men and women are considered be able to communicate with the gods.

It is generally understood that pre-colonial Vietnamese societies accorded more equal rights to women. Greater equality between men and women tends to produce less social anxiety over sex and gender diversity.   delegation also made a statement to show their support before the vote.


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SOURCE:  iSEE Institute – Nghiên cứu thể hiện quan điểm riêng của nhóm tác giả

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