Tag: Win-win for Vietnam

Policy Advocacy: Promote Responsible Business Practices in Viet Nam

On 31st October in Ho Chi Minh City and 3rd November 2023 in Hanoi, the Policy Conference “DEVELOPMENT & IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICIES FOR PROMOTION OF “RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS PRACTICES”: Experience in EU, Thailand & Practice in Viet Nam – Participation of Businesses and civil society organisations” took place with the attendance of over 200 delegates from […]

CSV Lunch Talks – innovative format to bridge the gaps between business and civil-society sectors

Within the last months of this year, the Win-Win for Vietnam project plans to organise four monthly Creating Shared Values (CSV) Lunch talks on various topics related to SDGs. The CSV Lunch talk is expected to be an innovative format to offer a friendly and informal environment for businesses and non-profit organisations in Vietnam to […]


The project “Win-Win for Vietnam – A cooperation mechanism between business sector and civil society organisations for corporate social responsibility and sustainable development goals” (The Win-Win for Vietnam project, in short) has recently launched its 2nd Call for proposals which will offer up to 10.000€/grant for registered Vietnamese CSOs working in the fields of sustainable development. […]

Baseline study of “Win-win for Vietnam” project

The baseline research for the “Win-win for Vietnam” Project was conducted by the Management and Sustainable Development Institute (MSD) under the supervision and technical support of RED Communication and Pro NGO!. This study was carried out from February to May 2021 with the engaging participation of 108 businesses, 65 Vietnamese CSOs and some experts in […]

Strategic consultation – “Win-win for Vietnam” project

On the afternoon of 10 December 2020, at Grand Saigon Hotel, the Institute for Research on Development Communication (RED) held a strategic consultation meeting for the “Win-Win for Vietnam” project to promote the cooperation between the business sector and local CSOs toward achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Vietnam. Mr Tran Nhat Minh, Director of […]