NATIONAL EDUCATION UNION OF VIETNAM
Head Office: 2 Trinh Hoai Duc Street, HaNoi, VietNam
Telephone: 84.4.38453118 – Fax: 84.4.38433693
The National Education Union of VietNam was founded on 22 July 1951, and has been awarded:
- Labour Order, First class (1981)
- Independence Order, Third clas (1986)
- Independence Order, Second clas (1997)
A. NEUV ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
1. Presiden: Prof.Dr.TRAN CONG PHONG
2. Vice presidents:
- PHAM VAN THANH
- NGUYEN THI BICH HOP
3. Uninon departments (Headquarters)
- Committee for Emulation, Propaganda and Education
- Committee for Social Policies
- Committee for Personnel and Control
- Committee for Women’s Activities
B. FUNCTIONS AND TASKS
1. Caring for and protecting legal and legitimate rights of officials, teachers and workers, as their representatives.
2. Participating in management work, in control and suprrvision of offices, academic institutions and economic organizations under education & trainning branch.
3. Educating and encouraging officials, teachers and workers to bring into play their righ to mastery, to implement obligations as citizens for national construction and depence.
1. Protecting the legal and legimilate interes of teachers and educational workers, as their representatives.
2. Reseaching on and participating in management, in working out professional policies.
3. Directing Union activities at national and regional universities, Ministry office, other unions at grassroots level.
4. Coordinating with City/Provincial Federations of Labour in direcing activities of City/Provincial Education Union in Implementing professional policies, in propagating and educating professionnal traditions. In establishing or dissolving local education unions.
C. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
The NEUV has established extensive and effective relations with the Australian Education Union, Swedish Teachers’ Union, SNES, Comite Syndical Francophone de L’education et de la Formation (CSFES), the Educational unions of Japan, Canada, Mexico, French Universities, Malaysia, India, PoLand, Singapore, Thailan, Asean Council of Teaching Profession (ACT) and other education unions in the region and the rest of the world.