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Project ID:00071409Description:Support to the industrial rela
Viet Nam One Plan Fund II
Start Date *: 10 Dec 2009
OP 2006 Governance
End Date*: 30 Jun 2012
Country: Viet Nam Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   ILO - International Labour Organisat

Outputs in the One Plan 2006-2010 Results and resources Framework:

4.19.1: Policies, legislation, programme and national institutional infrastructure in place for effective promotion of labour rights and harmonious industrial relations

Output 4.19.2: An effective framework (policies and national capacities) for harmonious industrial relations implemented by Government of Vietnam and the social partners.

-Legal framework for sound  industrial relations (Labour Code and Trade Union Law) will be improved  and MW fixing mechanism designed,

 -Capacity building for tripartite  partners on social dialogue and collective bargaining. The above will contribute to increasing productivity and industrial peace which are vital for FDI and global competitiveness.

- The deliverables under the IU make contributions to the goals and national development targets of Vietnam's SEDS and SEDP strategies (including sub- (2006-2010) as well as the country national and sectoral plans), cooperation framework to promote the MDGs, other decent work (2006-2010) in line with international treaty the Party Directives 22/CT-TW of obligations, and highligh on developing sound and by stable industrial relations and the  Government Decree 14S/2004/NDCP stipulating tripartite consultations on industrial relations and the IlO Convention 144 on tripartite consultation (ratified by Vietnam in 2008).

Addressing the key issues of the labour market governance, deliverables under the project contribute to the institutional capacity building of law makers, the Government officials, the employers and the trade union representatives, thereby contributing to achieve the MDG goals, especially, the MDG 8 on developing a global partnership for development, including a commitment to good governance and development.UI conforms to OPFMA( allocation criteria 1, 2, 3, 6 and 8.

Labour market governance becomes increasingly important for both the Government and social partners to promote social dialogue and tripartism as a way to enhance the accountability and transparency. Sound industrial relations will assist the on-going process of liberalization of the economy, support the foreign direct investment  favourable environment and contribute to the enhanced competitiveness of the private sector.

The activities of the IU AWP are also embedded in national counterparts WP to support the achievement of the above-mentioned national priorities. The project stakeholders, researchers and policy analysts and training participants are from the national system and have every incentive to make particular efforts to sustain the institutional results of the project. These stakeholders and partners will continue to serve as the country's focal points after the end of the project and to mobilize national and external resources for maintaining the established activities and systems

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