Photo exhibition highlights VN’s human rights achievements in Da Lat

December 24, 2019 | 09:14 am GMT+7

As many as 300 photos and archival records featuring Viet Nam’s achievements in ensuring and promoting human rights are on display at an exhibition in Da Lat city in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.


 Speaking at the exhibition, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Hoang Vinh Bao said over recent years, Viet Nam has attained significant achievements in the cause of protecting and promoting human rights.

The exhibition aims to raise awareness of human rights among the people, levels of state and business management, and especially the law enforcement forces, while showcasing Vietnam as a country with humanitarian and humane traditions and as responsible to the people and the international community, he emphasised.
The exhibits, with the narration in both the Vietnamese and English languages, are divided into three periods, namely the period of Viet Nam’s feudal dynasties, before the Doi Moi (Renewal) process in 1986, and from the Doi Moi to the present.
They are classified into categories of fundamental rights, including civil and political rights; economic, social and cultural rights; social rights for vulnerable groups; and international cooperation on human rights.
The event is being held by the Ministry of Information and Communications run until December 23.