On the morning of December 17th, the Vietnamese Women's Museum (VWM) organized two mobile exhibitions titled "Children in the wartime" and "Two sisters - two frontiers" at the Tay Son Elementary School to mark the anniversary of the Vietnam People's Army on December 22nd.
In response to the month of action against domestic violence launched by UNWomen globally and the project "Propagandizing, training, advocating, and supporting women in solving some women-related social issues in the period of 2017-2027" led by Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU), Vietnamese Women’s Museum (VWM) opened the exhibition “Behind closed doors” on the afternoon of November 23rd. This exhibition reflects the reality of domestic violence as well as the efforts of VWU in supporting the victims.
In the morning of October 11th, to celebrate 7th International Day of Girl child initiated by United Nations, Australia Volunteers International AVI in collaboration with Australian Embassy and Vietnam Women's Museum organized a morning tea program in order to raise awareness of gender equality as well as child protection.
"Rethink" introduces to visitors 100 artworks made purely from plastics including clothes, paintings and ornaments, as well as themed photos about the habit of using plastic bags in our daily lives. Displayed at the exhibition are artworks of 15 students from several secondary schools in Hanoi.
No one can believe that the slim woman with white skin is 70 years old, and it is considered as rare for people of that age in the past. Looking at her, I could not think that she had battled and endured being bitten and eaten by mosquitos and leeches, as well as being attacked by malaria, etc. She is Nguyen Thi Quynh Dung, a dancer of the delegation of the General Department of Logistic of the People’s Army of Vietnam (1966 – 1973).