Vietnam promulgates mechanism to provide information on human rights for the first time


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The conference providing information on human rights has been held for the first time by the Ministry of Information and Communication on May 25.
According to the Minister Truong Minh Tuan, this is an opportunity for the member agencies of the Steering Committee and human rights experts to meet and exchange with journalists, providing further information on Vietnam's achievements in ensuring human rights.
Besides, the press agencies can organize specialized pages, categories and discuss the human rights situation. The press agencies are recommended addressing the issue of religion, rights of the child, the Press Law, the Law on access to information.
The central agencies such as Committee for Religious Affairs, Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs ... are responsible for providing information to the media and vice versa the press may include a proposal for the two parties exchange experiences well.
Information Ministry expects this move will help foreigners better understand Vietnam's efforts in implementing its commitment to human rights.
Mechanism to provide information on human rights is one of many activities to implement external communication of the Government in the period 2015-2017, implement the recommendations that Vietnam has approved under the mechanism of UN universal periodic review (UPR).

After the launch program, Minister Tuan said that Department of Foreign Affairs and Information of the Ministry of Information and Communications needs coordinate with the Office of the Permanent Human Rights Steering Committee of the Government to hold monthly conference efficiently.
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